ODCE claims that 2011 legislation is 'adversely' affecting its work

The state's corporate enforcer has warned that its work is being "impacted adversely" by new legislation governing taxpayer confidentiality.

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Ian Kehoe

1st June, 2013
Ian Drennan, director of corporate enforcement.

The state's corporate enforcer has warned that its work is being "impacted adversely" by new legislation governing taxpayer confidentiality.

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement said the new confidentiality legislation was limiting its ability to obtain and use information from the Revenue Commissioners, despite a long standing information exchange agreement between the tax authority and the ODCE.

It said that it had exchanged information on just ten occasions last year, down from a...

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