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Our clients in Ireland trust us for our extensive industry experience and comprehensive suite of administration services. Led by local resident directors, we work closely with arrangers and intermediaries who choose to use Ireland for their transactions.
Our main focus is on the administration of all types of capital market structures used in aircraft finance, securitisation, corporate debt funding, life settlements, holding companies and cross border financing.
We also provide Employee Benefit Trustee services to a broad portfolio of clients, from small private businesses to FTSE350 and Irish Listed Companies.
Ireland is one of Europe’s leading onshore locations for financial services. The sector has continued to grow in recent years within the global financial market.
Ireland's advantages include a low Corporate Tax rate of 12.5%, a Double Taxation network, and a strong legal and regulatory framework. Being both tax efficient and a part of the EU, Ireland is an important market for major European financial institutions.
Ireland is also an increasingly attractive location for large corporates based outside of the EU.
Leading aviation, funds and securitisation centre
Stable, low tax (12.5%)
Availability of skilled
Tax treaty network
Senior Manager, Elaine Kennedy explores the implications of the European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Trusts) Regulations 2019 on Irish trustees.
The new International Savings Plan (ISP) vehicle is a welcome addition to the employee benefits market, serving multinational and international companies wishing to establish a flexible savings arrangement.
Regional Head of our AMEA Business Development, Nousrath Bhugeloo, examines the key benefits of good corporate governance.
With a number of high profile airlines defaulting on loans and falling into liquidation, restructuring activity in securitisations is continuing to increase across the aviation financing industry.
Alan Booth, Sally Gilding, Christopher Morrissey and Sinead McIntosh are attending the Airline Economic Growth Frontiers Conference in Dublin, 20th-23rd January 2019.
As part of their international financing structures, entities such as banks, commercial ship owners, fund managers, commercial ship managers and joint ventures, often choose to use offshore arrangements for administering and holding their maritime investments.
After nearly 15 years as CEO of Ocorian (formerly Bedell Trust), Nick Cawley will stand down from his position on 31 December 2018. He will be succeeded by Stuart Layzell, who is currently Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
Following the recent introduction of Ocorian's Facility Agency capabilities to accompany our existing suite of corporate trust products, Ocorian's Director of Transaction Management, Chris Wilson, examines the key elements of the role in the evolving loan m...
Ocorian has extended its growing Corporate Trust offer with the launch of two new services: Loan Administration (including Facility Agent and Security Agent services) and Debt Restructuring.
Following its acquisition of African and Middle East business services provider ABAX in April 2018, Ocorian launches a new package of services tailored specifically for those wishing to invest and operate into or out of the burgeoning AMEA region.
Across the three day event there will be several keynote speakers and a number of panel discussions examining the current climate within the commercial aviation sector.
As we begin another financial year, we are pleased to announce the promotion of 49 staff worldwide; ten to Director level positions.
Following Ocorian's attendance at the Irish ProShare Association's (IPSA) Employee Share Ownership Day (ESOD) and Awards evening at the Google Ireland headquarters, Elaine Kennedy stresses the importance of share ownership plans within small and medium size...
US private equity and real estate fund managers can now access a full range of specialist European and African fund structures and SPC investment vehicles with the appointment of investment specialist, Nicolas van Heule, as Director of North America operati...
In selecting a fund administrator, two key factors dominate above all else: reputation and relevant expertise.
How do fund managers choose the jurisdiction for their funds and investment structures? And why does Luxembourg remain so popular?
In our recent study, 1 in 4 fund managers highlighted an increased need to outsource fund administration to focus on core competences.
According to our research, 70% of fund managers believe that smart technology will play an increasingly significant role in all areas of fund management and administration.
Increased regulatory pressure coupled with political uncertainty in the form of Brexit is prompting a review of operations and an uplift in jurisdictional shift.
In our new briefing paper, ‘The future of Private Equity and Real Estate funds administration' we review the current challenges and opportunities facing the administration of PE and RE funds and look ahead to future developments.
Ocorian's Alternative Investment team review the current trends in Private Equity and Real Estate Fund Administration.
The ever-present Brexit juggernaut continues to roll on. Richard Hansford, Ocorian’s Director for Alternative Investments, ponders the impact of the transitional period on the private equity and real estate markets.
Executive Director Nigel Woods is attending the Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Conference in Dublin
Ocorian's Nigel Woods will be present at one of Dublin's key Corporate Services events, the Financial Centres Summit.
Ocorian, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase MAS International (“MAS”), an independent fund administration and corporate services provider.
As a leading market in aviation finance, Ireland has seen unprecedented growth in recent years - but is this growth sustainable and what impact will forthcoming changes have for those looking to maximise a high yield of return?
CRS is the result of the drive by G20 nations to develop a global standard for the automatic exchange of financial account information. This follows the approach taken to implement United States ("US") FATCA.
A private trust company, or PTC as it is commonly known, is a useful vehicle to consider in the planning and establishment of trust structures for high net worth and ultra high net worth families. Rather than transferring assets to a professional service pr...
Following the implementation of the Common Reporting Standard on 1st January 2016, Ocorian's dedicated tax compliance and reporting team continues to proactively review the regulations and consider the potential implications for our clients.
Ocorian (formerly Bedell Trust) has been named 'Trust Company of the Year' at the annual STEP 2016/2017 awards ceremony.
Bedell Trust, the leading award-winning provider of corporate, fund and fiduciary services, is pleased to confirm that the management buyout ("MBO") announced earlier in April 2016 has successfully received all regulatory approvals and completed on Monday 1...
On the 6th February 2011 the Irish Finance Act 2011 enacted changes to Section 110 ("S110") of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 introducing aircraft and engines as qualifying assets (under the definition of "Plant and Machinery") and creating a new class of...
Ocorian Ireland is part of Ocorian, a leading provider of fiduciary services with offices in key financial centres - Jersey, Guernsey, London, Dublin, Mauritius, Singapore, Luxembourg and Cayman.
Ocorian Ireland has extensive experience providing fiduciary, administrative and outsourcing services to the global asset finance industry and has a track record as a service provider to shipping finance transactions.
Bedell Trust has strengthened its private wealth management team and made nearly 20 promotions across the business including directors, senior managers and trust officers.