Directors Responsibilities of an Irish company

The principal fiduciary responsibilities of a director are set out in Part 5 of the Companies Act 2014. 
There is a requirement on a director to act in good faith, to act honestly and responsibly and to act according to the company’s constitution. There is a requirement for the directors to have regard to the interests of the company’s employees as well as to the interest of the members.

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Relocating to Ireland post-Brexit?

Starting a business in Ireland may be an option for some UK entrepreneurs post-Brexit. Deciding to relocate your business is an important strategic decision and there are many factors to consider depending on your specific circumstances. These include family requirements such as accommodation, schools and so on. That said, there are many advantages to locating in Ireland.

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Setting up a Company

Setting up a company is one of the most important decisions you can make. On par with taking out a mortgage, the financial implications can be felt for years to come, in many cases for the better and in some instances for worse. So how can you be sure that it is the right move for your business? This is a question that early stage entrepreneurs often ask.

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Brendan Brady
Transactions with directors (Companies Act 2014)

The requirement to disclose directors’ transactions in company financial statements continues under Companies Act 2014. However the act amends the thresholds of certain transactions below which certain disclosures will be exempted from including in the financial statements:

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Brendan Brady