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Industry Updates

Lending to a Company in Ireland: Structuring the Transaction

22 Jan 2024

A Practice Note looking at the key considerations involved in structuring a loan to a company incorporated or located in Ireland (which may also involve a guarantor or security provider incorporated or located in, or assets located in, Ireland), where the lender is incorporated in another jurisdiction.

It looks at considerations such as tax, costs and regulatory issues, and issues that can affect taking security and guarantees.

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