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Senior government ministers met to discuss the issue of investment funds purchasing full housing estates, amid ongoing political fallout from a story revealed in the Business Post last weekend. The Attorney General was reportedly consulted over whether the state could constitutionally prevent so-called cuckoo funds from buying up housing developments, after it emerged that Round Hill Capital, a global property investment firm with a €1 billion war chest, had pushed out first-time buyers by...
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As the scope of protection and range of obligations extends, employers will need to be proactive and plan ahead for this new regulatory landscape based on principles of transparency and accountability