Republic of Ireland: With open arms
Since the inception of the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) over 20 years ago, Ireland has gained a reputation as one of the most advantageous jurisdictions in the world in which to establish an investment fund. With its favourable tax regime for investment fund companies, a highly-educated labour force with experienced fund professionals operating within a common law legal system and a prudent but flexible financial regulator with extensive knowledge of sophisticated fund structures and strategies, Ireland has always been regarded as the jurisdiction of choice for asset managers.
The Irish Government is taking steps to make the country more attractive for fund management company re-domiciliations. James Scanlon outlines the process and touts the pro-enterprise nature of the jurisdiction
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