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Our dedicated Investment Funds team comprises over 50 fund professionals in total, led by 12 partners. We are experts in all aspects of UCITS including structured UCITS, UCITS ETFs, money market funds, UCITS platforms, UCITS pursuing alternative or hedge fund strategies, traditional long only equity and bond funds.

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Brexit Checklist for Fund Managers

The end of the transition period, 31 December 2020, is now very clearly on the horizon.  The likelihood of any agreement in respect of financial services, whether as part of an overall free trade agreement or as one of a suite of agreements covering various sectors, seems increasingly remote as each day passes.

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The Impact of Brexit on Asset Management

The Impact of Brexit on Asset Management

Barry O'Connor and Brónagh Maher write for ICLG on the particular impacts for the Asset Management industry across the three primary regulatory regimes of AIFMD, UCITS and MiFID.

 

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Brexit – Where Are We Now?

Our Brexit Tracker for Irish investment funds notes the latest Brexit-related developments impacting the Irish investment funds industry in reverse chronological order, allowing you to keep up to date on the key matters impacting the industry.

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Central Bank of Ireland Responds to Industry Brexit Queries

The Central Bank responds to a submission from Irish Funds on Brexit queries.

 

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Central Bank Announces Enhancements to Irish Loan Originating Funds Regime

Enhancements to Irish Loan Originating Funds Regime

Irish authorised loan originating qualifying investor alternative investment funds will be permitted to engage in a broader range of activities to include investing in debt or credit instruments.

 

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Implications of Brexit for Asset Managers and Investment Funds

On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union (“EU”). There will be much conjecture and debate about what the consequences of this decision will be for the UK

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Tara Doyle
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