Inward Investment

inward investment

Our Inward Investment Group provides a specialised service for companies looking to invest and do business in Ireland, in all the key areas. We provide advice on the legal aspects of establishing operations in Ireland and of expanding and developing existing operations here.

We are experienced in setting up holding company structures in Ireland. Our Inward Investment Group is multi-disciplinary, drawing on the expertise of all relevant practice areas including corporate and commercial law, competition law, employment law, pension law, property law, construction law, planning and environmental law, intellectual property and information technology law and banking and financial services law.

We advise on the full range of issues governing all aspects of inward investment work, including:

  • Advice on corporate structure
  • Company formation in Ireland
  • Regulatory and competition law issues
  • Government incentives for overseas investors
  • Employment law and employee benefits
  • Pensions and share option schemes
  • Property matters, including purchase/lease negotiations, construction and fit-out of premises
  • Environmental law advice
  • Planning law advice
  • Commercial contracts and terms and conditions of trade
  • Intellectual property
  • Information technology

Partnership with Talbot Pierce Consulting

Talbot Pierce Consulting logoWe partner with Talbot Pierce to provide a seamless service in respect of Human Resource Management for companies establishing a business in Ireland. Talbot Pierce are a team of specialist HR professionals who work with us on a range of matters including advice on and delivery of conflict/dispute resolution solutions, best-practice HR strategies, policies and procedures.

For more information on Talbot Pierce and their services visit

8 High Growth companies creating 231 jobs in Dublin

Building Multi-disciplinary teams in Ireland 2017

“… has a strong foreign direct investment practice that specialises in advising high-profile corporations on their establishment in Ireland.”

“… has a ‘common sense and commercial approach’.”

European Legal 500

, 2009

  • Regularly advising and acting for clients from jurisdictions outside Ireland on setting up business in Ireland and engaged by law firms in other jurisdictions on Irish law matters
  • Advising an Israeli based company on an investment into its Irish subsidiary
  • Providing corporate compliance and company secretarial services for international clients
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • General commercial contracts
  • Advising on property matters, including purchase/lease negotiations, construction and fit-out of premises
  • Liaising with Government bodies in relation to incentives for overseas investors