Chambers Global Practice Guide 2019: Doing Business in Ireland Trends and Developments Chapter

Partner and Head of Tax, Jonathan Sheehan, partners Eoin O'Connor, Gavin Smith, Rachel Rodgers and Susan Battye authored  the "Ireland: Trends and Developments" chapter in the Chambers 2019 Global Practice Guide on Doing Business In…

Among other topics, the authors discussed how Ireland is well positioned as a location of choice for UK companies and new entrants seeking access to the EU post-Brexit. The chapter identifies issues that are currently of note in the market across a number of areas including Tax, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, Employment and Regulatory. The authors highlight a number of core elements of Ireland's value proposition to investors including economic growth, political stability, a robust legal system and regulatory framework, and a competitive tax regime, along with a continued commitment to the EU.

The "Doing Business In…" guide is the first edition of this guide by Chambers and provides a comprehensive overview of the legal framework required to do business in 40 jurisdictions considered to be the most important financial centres internationally. In addition to Ireland, the guide examines the market in 39 other jurisdictions and Chambers contributing editor, Jacques Buhart said: " We believe this guide is of particular relevance in today's international environment, in which multiple conflicting trends raise increasingly complex legal challenges."

Reproduced with permission from Chambers and Partners (Published in July 2019)

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