Providing Services in Ireland

Ireland: providing services after EU Exit Guidance for UK businesses about Irish rules and regulations on service provision if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. Published 19 March 2019 From: Department for International Trade, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, and Foreign & Commonwealth Office Contents General information What do UK businesses […]

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Services, Companies & Firms

Effect of Brexit In the absence of no Brexit or a very limited Brexit, it  appears that the general EU right to provide services based on the establishment in one state in other states and to establish branches and local establishments in a host  state based on home state regulation, will cease. Across various sectors […]

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Ireland and Services Issues

Regulation of Services The regulation of services usually involves the authorisation, licensing and qualifications of the service provider. This may involve the authorisation or licensing of a company or firm, an individual service provider or in some cases, both the company or firm and individuals within it. The general principle under European Union law is […]

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Services (UK White Paper)

Services and investment The UK is world leading in many services sectors, including legal, business and financial services. In 2017, services made up 79 percent of total UK GVA worth £1.46 trillion.10 In 2017, 21 percent of EU27 services imports came from the UK, and 20 percent of EU27 services exports went to the UK.11 […]

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Business Struturing UK No Deal Notes

Purpose This notice explains the implications for businesses which are legal entities operating across the UK-EU border, or who have taken the form of a European specific entity, in the unlikely event that the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 with no agreement in place. For the purpose of this notice, ‘UK company’ means […]

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