Duff & Phelps is uniquely placed to assist firms in negotiating the regulatory landscape.
The regulatory environment in the financial services industry in Ireland is dynamic and ever-changing. The Central Bank has the resources, skills and political will to be a significant influence on how businesses operate.
Our team of specialists in Ireland is drawn from all sides of the financial services industry, including asset management, stock broking, credit unions, asset servicing, trustees, corporate advisory firms and the Central Bank itself. We operate a seamless model that allows us to be flexible, bespoke and pro-active whilst building trusted long term partnerships with our clients. We adopt a thematic, strategic risk-based approach and we understand that whilst regulation can be a cost it can also present opportunities for a business. Adapting to regulation appropriately can enhance business value and drive efficiency.
We provide a range of services to international funds, their investment managers, promoters and service providers, as well as a range of domestic financial institutions:
Alternative investment valuation for private equity and hedge funds.Portfolio Valuation
Comprehensive compliance and regulatory support for EU firms.EU Regulation
Management Company Services
Infrastructure, staff and supervision for AIFM/UCITS ManCo duties.Management Company Services
Global Fraud and Forensic Investigations
Expert analysis to help clients understand, prevent and manage fraud.Global Fraud and Forensic Investigations
Money Laundering Reporting Officer
Performance as MLRO for Irish authorized funds.Money Laundering Reporting Officer
Regulatory Tax Advisory
Global tax services uniquely customized for asset managers.Regulatory Tax Advisory
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