Corporate / M&A
Matheson’s Corporate Department is one of the leading practices in Ireland. Our lawyers are consistently chosen to advise on the most significant corporate transactions involving Irish and international companies. We advise on the full range of domestic and international corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructurings, private equity, IPOs and other equity capital markets transactions.
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Over the CREST: The Move to Euroclear Bank
Partners David Jones and Susanne McMenamin provide an update on the CREST system.Read more
Director's Checklist for a "No-Deal" Brexit
As Brexit negotiations continue, directors need to be mindful of a number of issues potentially facing their companies from a Corporate and Company law perspective. Here is a helpful checklist of issues and Matheson recommendations to guide them in this process.Read more
Registration of a Branch (Non-EEA Company)
Corporate partner, Fergus Bolster and Corporate senior associate, Susan Carroll set out in this note (a) the process to be followed by a company that is incorporated outside of the EEA (whose members’ liability is limited) (a “Non-EEA Company”) looking to register a branch in Ireland; and (b) the on-going filing requirements to which the Non-EEA Company will be subjectRead more
The Requirement to Have an EEA Director for Irish Registered Companies
This article addresses one of the concerns about what a “hard” Brexit could mean in practice for Irish registered companies and how they can mitigate these implications in relation to the requirement for such companies to have an EEA resident director.Read more
Impact of Brexit on M&A
Many market commentators and economists have predicted that a hard Brexit could lead to a recession in the UK, which could affect other parts of Europe in a contagion like reduction in growth across the regionRead more
The Wholesale / Retail Distribution Model Post a No-Deal Brexit
For insurance intermediaries a no-deal Brexit has the potential to fundamentally shift the foundations underpinning its industry.Read more