Ursula Tipp discussed amongst other things the topics Corporation Tax and CCCTB, the impact of Brexit on Ireland, the German election on Sunday 24 September and other current world affairs with Marian Finucane and other guests.
On 2 May Ms. Ursula Tipp was invited to John Murray’s radio show “The Late Debate”.
Ms. Ursula Tipp discussed the recent news together with the other guests Pat Deering, Martin Kenny, Rory Hearne and Daniel McConnell. The issues included the Brexit Position Report and the UK Election.
The Webinar “Market and Law in Ireland” dealt with some of the legal and tax regulations that foreign businesses must observe when operating in Ireland. Ursula Tipp gave advice on cross-border contract design, company incorporations, distribution and agency agreements, construction projects and the secondment of staff to Ireland. This was followed by an interactive Question & Answer session.
On 30 March 2016, Ursula Tipp appeared as a guest on “Tonight with Vincent Browne”. The discussion concerned the prospects for the formation of a new Irish government. Ursula Tipp focused on the composition of “stable governments” which involved coalitions in various European countries.
Ursula Tipp reviewed the Sunday papers with other guests such as Brian Hayes (MEP), John McGuinness, Paul Williams (Irish Independent Crime Journalist) and Ciarán Hancock (Finance Correspondent, The Irish Times). The issues discussed included political, economic and legal topics.
The Ambassador of Spain José Mariá Rodríguez Coso and Ursula Tipp, in her function as President of the Ireland Spain Economic Association, were pleased to invite business representatives from Ireland and Spain to discuss the current Spanish economic situation with High Commissioner for Marca España Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros.
On 6th October 2015, Ursula Tipp was a guest speaker at the Ireland Japan Business Briefing. The event was hosted by the Ireland Japan Association in cooperation with SMBC Aviation Capital at IFSC House. The subject of Ursula’s presentation was Opportunities in Ireland Intellectual Property Treatment & Irish Taxation