Ireland frequently tops the world rankings in attracting inward investors and international companies across a wide range of sectors.
There are a number of key advantages which make Ireland a leading EU location for FDI and other investment – certain access to the EU’s single market; a flexible, open economy; a well-developed business and legal system; a mature, stable progressive political system; the fastest-growing EU economy; a young, skilled, well-educated, English-speaking workforce; and an attractive, transparent tax regime for business. In considering how best to invest and establish in Ireland, it is essential to have a clear and pragmatic sense of the Irish M&A landscape and current trade.
Head of Corporate, Ken Casey and his team at Hayes solicitors, have authored the Irish Chapter of the latest Chambers and Partners Corporate M&A Guide. In the Guide, the team take us through key trends in the Irish market and the industries experiencing significant M&A activity. They provide an overview of the regulatory field including the primary techniques for acquiring a company in Ireland and the regulations that apply. They also discuss recent legal developments relating to the economy which would be of interest to a company looking to set up in Ireland, stakebuilding, negotiating and structuring deals, directors duties and defensive measures.
You can access the full Corporate M&A Guide here.
For further information, please contact Ken Casey firstname.lastname@example.org or Sabrina Burke email@example.com at Hayes solicitors.
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About the Authors
Ken is Head of the Corporate team and has built a practice in acquisitions, disposals, and capital markets transactions across various industry sectors; joint ventures and corporate re-organisations of publicly quoted and private companies; and advises on corporate governance and general corporate law. He has extensive expertise in the financial services, aviation, gaming, technology, media and sports sectors.
Sabrina is an associate solicitor in the Commercial & Business team at Hayes solicitors. Sabrina's main area of work is mergers and acquisitions, where she acts for buyers and sellers across various industry sectors. She also advises on corporate reorganisations, shareholder agreements and other commercial arrangements and contracts including agency/franchise/distribution agreements.