ISE wants end to stamp duty to help retain PLCs
The Irish Stock Exchange is asking the government to abolish stamp duty on share trading and to reform the tax structure for initial public offerings.
The Irish Stock Exchange is asking the government to abolish stamp duty on share trading and to reform the tax structure for initial public offerings (IPO) in a bid to retain more indigenous companies and to encourage high-growth firms to list in Dublin.
In a pre-budget submission to the Department of Finance, the ISE is looking for an abolition of, or a reduction in, stamp duty on share trading in Ireland to allow the exchange...
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