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Brochure: Investing in Ireland
Jan. 15, 2018


Since Britain voted in June 2016 to leave the EU, Crowe Horwath Foederer has received a number of queries from Dutch companies looking to establish a base in Ireland post-Brexit.

Like the Netherlands, Ireland has a very favourable tax regime, a young, well-educated and skilled workforce, and ranks high in the lists of best places in the world for attracting high-value foreign direct investments.

Ireland’s pro-business attitude enables companies to set up swiftly and operate in a business-friendly environment. Their inward investment promotion agency, IDA Ireland, provides invaluable support to ensure inbound investment and establishing in Ireland is as successful as possible.

In this factsheet we outline some of the specifics that make Ireland an attractive investment location.

Hugo Everaerd, International Tax Partner, Crowe Horwath Foederer NL
John Byrne, Tax Partner, Crowe Horwath Ireland


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