The new Irish Companies Act 2014 commenced almost in it’s entirety on June 1, 2015, replacing over half a century of Irish corporate law.
For the main part, the legislation is a consolidation of the old Companies Acts. However, there are many new features which will have implications for all Irish businesses.
One of the initial considerations for company directors will be the conversion process required for all existing private companies limited by shares of which...
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