Regulation

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton today announced a major overhaul of consumer law, including the enactment of a comprehensive Consumer Rights Act. The Minister...

Minister for Small Business, John Perry TD has stressed the need for business to actively engage with the fight against red tape. Minister Perry raised this...

Mr Brian Hayes TD, Minister of State at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform today published the Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA) of the...

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today announced that he is increasing the number of businesses exempt from the requirement to hire external auditors to the maximum level permitted under EU law, a move that is expected to save Irish...

Finance Minister Michael Noonan today announced the publication of the Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011. The bill responds to the regulatory failures of the financial crisis. It enhances the...

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton is to draft legislation to ease the regulatory burden on co-operative societies and make it easier to start up and run a co-op as an alternative form of enterprise organisation...

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton today published “Pillar A” of the new Companies Bill, which will make it cheaper and easier to start and run a business...

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton today [Monday] published on his Department’s website “Pillar A” of the new Companies Bill, which will make it cheaper and easier to start and run a business.

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD today, following a decision of Government, published the Report of the Independent Review of Employment Regulation Orders...

A Department of Finance spokesperson made the following points on Approved Retirement Funds...

 

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