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Ireland’s soaring reputation is helping to land top deals

Aircraft lessors are attracted by Ireland’s favourable corporation tax regime

23rd October, 2016
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Ireland continues to build on its reputation as a centre of excellence for aircraft financing and leasing, and its position has been further enhanced in recent years.

“Aircraft lessors are attracted by Ireland’s favourable corporation tax regime, a wide double tax treaty network and professional expertise,” said Rory McPhillips, asset finance partner at Matheson.

“These factors, combined with a government that is committed to growing and supporting the industry, have made...

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