We advise on the structuring, establishment and ongoing operation of investment funds in Ireland, including UCITS and Alternative Investment Funds, for international distribution. We assist clients in liaising with and obtaining appropriate regulatory authorisations from the national regulatory authority, the Central Bank of Ireland. We also advise on issues affecting clients throughout the asset management and broader financial sector, including with regard to AML, MiFID, crypto-currencies, distance selling and internet-based products and investments. ESG is an area of particular focus for the practice and one the team has specific expertise in.
The Asset Management and Funds team liaises with other departments of the firm, including Banking and Financial Services, Corporate, Data Protection and Technology to assist clients with a comprehensive range of legal services when appropriate. The result is ensuring that client issues can be addressed in a seamless and efficient manner. We only provide Irish legal services but work though our network of international legal firms to provide comprehensive cross border legal services, as and when required, to provide cost efficient solutions in related contexts.
In addition to advising on transactional work and obtaining regulatory authorisations, we advise financial service providers and corporations on the complex regulatory issues and the potential litigation problems that can arise from breach of such regulations in a solutions driven manner.
Quarterly Funds Update
Litigation and Enforcement:
AIMA Webinars featuring Mark Browne
Financial services between the EU and Switzerland: Latest updates
AIMA Ireland members update
Investment Limited Partnership Structure
International perspectives on limited partnership structures (including the ILP)
Mark Browne is a partner in Clerkin Lynch and head of the Asset Management and Funds Department. Mark has in excess of fifteen years related experience and has worked in a number of the world’s leading fund domiciles. Prior to joining Clerkin Lynch to lead this Department Mark had been a partner in both a large Irish and an international law firm where he specialized in advising on related legal issues.