Davy's Debt & Specialist Finance team is the largest in Ireland. We act for both borrowers and investors in the global debt markets.
We are active traders in all sovereign bonds and global credits, and are primary dealers of Irish government bonds.
Our Institutional Services are supported by innovative, timely and commercial ideas based on our knowledge and understanding of the companies we cover and the industries in which they operate.
For more than 85 years, Davy has been committed to serving charitable organisations.
Davy Charities offers comprehensive investment solutions across the Charity, Not-For-Profit, Endowment and Philanthropic investment landscape.
Davy has over 15 years' experience in the credit union market in Ireland, and can offer investment expertise and assistance in relation to regulatory and market developments.
Our dedicated Credit Unions team provides a choice of service offerings to meet the individual requirements of each Credit Union.
Davy offers a competitive share dealing service for Employee Share Option Plans (ESOP).
We have a highly qualified and experienced ESOP team dedicated to assisting members of company share plans. Services include Approved Profit Share Schemes, Employee Share Option Schemes, Restricted Stock Unit Schemes, and Save As You Earn Schemes.
The Department of Finance is currently examining the tax regime for entrepreneurs and business owners in Ireland. Davy welcomed the opportunity to participate and prepared a detailed submission to the Department on this topic.
As a leading provider of wealth management and corporate finance services to numerous Irish businesses, we have gained valuable insight into the issues faced by our clients in practice.
We hope that by voicing the experiences of many of our clients, we can help effect some much needed change in current tax policy.
In our submission, we argue the tax regime for domestic business does not foster a supportive environment for entrepreneurship. In fact, in many cases it is serving as an impediment to the establishment, growth and sustainability of enterprise in this country. Measures taken in the wake of the financial crisis have exacerbated these issues, with the self-employed sector arguably being hit disproportionately.