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Finance Magazine - May 1999 Issue

 
This month
Only those approaching retirement and who plan to sell their houses and 'downsize' can regard the results of our latest property price forecast with unmitigated glee, and good luck to them - they worked long and hard for it in the lean 'sixties, 'seventies and 'eighties for it.
REITs in Ireland
As the Government gets ready to publish a list of pilot projects for Public Private Partnerships, the various ways to invest in property must be looked at.
The Irish Property market needs strong supply side measures
First time buyers are becoming a rare breed as house prices go through the roof and continued economic progress means that we must look at the house market differently not wait for it to slowdown.
House prices to rise by up to 90 p.c. in next five years
The third annual survey of economists by Finance shows house price inflation continuing
Dublin Residential market under pressure
Marian Finnegan writes that by the first quarter of 1999, the Dublin residential market was experiencing a resurgence in both owner occupier and investor demand.
The commercial property market is getting bigger
James Nugent outlines why the old adage of location location location does not really ring true for commercial occupiers and may be replaced with workforce, workforce, workforce.
The Dublin Offices Market broadens its boundaries
Shortage of supply continues to dominate the Dublin Offices market, with availability at an all-time low. according to Maire Hunt.
A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY FOR IRISH INVESTORS IN THE UK
The UK investment market has never looked more attractive as low interest rates and bond yields are beginning to lead to stronger property prices in the market place, writes Denise Murphy.
Landlord still king in commerdial property leases
Despite an increasingly flexible commercial property lease market, tenants still need to work to get the best deal, argues Jim Murphy.
DOES PROPERTY STILL OFFER GOOD VALUE ?
Sean O'Brien assesses the balance of influences
The OECD Advises
The OECD have praised Ireland's economic performance. It has also offered advice on future taxation policy, some of which may be politically unacceptable.
The New Openness
The website of the Department of Finance contains documents that reveal the manner in which the 1999 Finance Act was created, commencing in the Summer of 1998. This is a unique insight into a process as old as the State.
Employee Loans
The Minister for Finance rejected Opposition suggestions to reform tax law in this area. By coincidence, points being made by the Opposition were echoed by a UK Judge in a recent case.
The Treasury Accounting Bombshells
As of March this year financial reporting standards for derivatives have become more rigorous, say Cormac Murphy and Lisa Hayes
Funds @ the speed of thought
John Cunningham on the daily challenges to decades of learned selling skills
The Regulatory Framework for Mergers and Acquisitions
John Handoll and Derek Fish review the existing mergers legislation and summarise some recent developments in the area.
Business process re-engineering
Re-shaping an organisation into one that is focussed towards processes not soley business results can lead to excellence says Craig Steven
WORMING YOUR WAY THROUGH THE LITERATURE ON SHARED SERVICES
Before you pick up the phone to a consulting firm, have you really researched the area? Kilian Maxwell reviews some of the literature currently available on the topic.
CREDIT GROWTH IN IRELAND-IRRATIONAL EXUBERANCE?
Is the continuing boom in borrowing unsafe? asks Eunan King
Stick with bonds and look East
Aidan Clare is encouraged by rumblings in the bond market and remains keen on the Far East, at least for now.
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