Julieanne Nolan, Director Financial Services Audit speaks with Brian Lehane, Managing Director Fund Recs and Patrick Horgan CEO and Co-Founder, Valid8Me on Technology Trends in the Asset Management industry.
Grant Thornton understands that the implementation of IAF will be a significant transformation project for all regulated firms in Ireland.
Central Bank announced a new Consumer Protection Act, with the expectation of compliance now passed, as of August 16th.
Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulation (SFDR) regulatory deadlines fast approaching.
How Grant Thornton can help you to estimate scope emissions for companies that do not report these metrics and incorporate these into banks’ Climate & Risk Quantification framework.
The Central Bank of Ireland has announced that the countercyclical capital buffer (CCyB) rate on Irish exposures is to be maintained at 0.5 per cent.
Final guidelines on common procedures and methodologies for the supervisory review and evaluation process for investment firms, along with final draft Regulatory Technical Standards on Pillar 2 add-ons for investment firms are published.
This article is a continuation of a series from Grant Thornton Financial Services Advisory that focuses on key aspects of the Individual Accountability Framework (“IAF”).
In May 2022 the European Commission issued a public consultation to gather evidence for its review of the second EU Payment Services Directive (2015/2366), and to inform its continuing work on open finance.
In December 2021, the European Commission (EC) published its proposal for Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive III (ATAD III) which aims to discourage the misuse of shell companies within the EU.
The Irish Revenue (“Revenue”) published updates to their tax and duty manual (“TDM”) containing guidelines for correlative adjustment (“CA”) claims under Ireland’s double tax treaty network. Here is a summary of the Revenue guidelines.
The European Commission recently issued a proposal to amend the Directive on Administrative Cooperation (DAC) in the form of DAC8. The proposal extends the reporting obligations under the Directive to cover income or revenue streams generated from crypto-assets.
Irish Cybercrime expected to exceed €10 Billion in 2022