Regulatory Update (Ireland)

On 6th September 2019, the Central Bank of Ireland (“CBI”) issued the Anti Money Laundering and Countering the Finance of Terrorism Guidelines for the Financial Sector (“the Guidelines”) following enactment of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) Amendment) Act 2018. The Guidelines set out the expectations of the CBI regarding factors that Firms


Pascal Dufour, Carne Group Luxembourg’s Country Head & Group Chief Technology and Innovation Officer is interviewed in the latest edition of Duke Magazine. Pascal talks innovation, next generation technology and the future of the funds industry in Luxembourg. Check out the full interview

Paris2Nice Fund Raising Cycle

Each year Carne asks employees from across the group to volunteer to take on the challenge of cycling from Paris to Nice – cycling close to 750 kilometers in 6 consecutive days! This year Luc de Vet and Cord Rodewald, both from our Luxembourg office, have volunteered to take on the challenge. The cycle begins

Beneficial Ownership – Meeting Your New Obligations

On 22nd March 2019, the European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Corporate Entities) Regulations 2019 came into effect in Ireland. The Regulations require corporate and other legal entities incorporated in Ireland to hold adequate, accurate and current information on their beneficial ownership, including details of the beneficial interests held. UCITS and AIFs including ICAVs,

New IRS Rules: Partnership Representative Solutions

Meeting the New IRS Rules with Carne’s Partnership Representative Solutions The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has introduced new partnership audit rules which require U.S. partnerships to appoint a Partnership Representative (PR) to manage the audit process with the IRS for each tax year. The new rules apply to any domestic or foreign partnerships, including any

Tag Rugby World Cup 2018

Kevin Curtis’s Tag Rugby World Cup 2018 Blog     Tag Rugby World Cup 2015   I started playing Tag Rugby casually in Clontarf Rugby Club after years of playing rugby union. In late 2014 it was announced that for the first time Ireland would be entering the Tag Rugby World Cup, hosted in the