Marius Kohl

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A drilling rig at the the Corrib gas field. An advanced tax agreement between Vermilion Energy Trust and the Luxembourg authorities was negotiated by PwC on behalf of the Canadian company in November 2009. Photograph: Shell E&P Ireland Ltd

The Canadian oil group that owns 18.5 per cent of the Corrib gas project made its investment using a complicated structure agreed with the Luxembourg(...)

The PwC document outlining the structure of the Dublin operation

Northern and Shell, the UK media group with a 50 per cent interest in the Irish Star, set up a one-man operation in Ireland to hold €1 billion (£82(...)

United Business Media Group set up an Irish branch in December 2008, with a registered address on Merion Square in Dublin, to which it transferred capital of €349 million. Photograph: Fergal Phillips

A large number of multinational companies featured in the Luxembourg advanced tax agreements (ATAs) seen by The Irish Times make use of Ireland in (...)

Glanbia shareholders at a 2012 meeting in Gowran Park, Co Kilkenny. The food group that has its roots in the co-operative movement set up its first Luxembourg subsidiary in 1997, the same year the group was formed from the merger of Avonmore plc and Waterford Foods plc.

Glanbia, the major Irish food group that has its roots in the co-operative movement, set up its first Luxembourg subsidiary in 1997, the same year (...)

The correspondence between PwC Luxembourg and Luxembourg tax officials are what are called advanced tax agreements (ATAs) and provide comfort to people and companies that the transactions they are entering into will be treated in a certain way.

Colm KeenaThe correspondence between PwC Luxembourg and Luxembourg tax officials are what are called advanced tax agreements (ATAs) and provide comfor(...)

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