Submissions

Our submissions to Government

Our mission is to keep Ireland the global location of choice for US invesment. We regularly communicate with the Irish Government and policy makers to advance this objective. The three main priorities on which our advocacy is focussed are Innovation, Talent & Competitiveness.

TTIP: Oireachtas Committee Appearance

June 11 2015

American Chamber Submission to the Joint Committee on European Affairs on the EU-US trade deal known as the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP)

Knowledge Development Box

PDF | 668KB

Following extensive consultation with our members the American Chamber has made a formal submission to the Department of Finance on the Knowledge Development Box (KDB).

Heathrow Accessibility

PDF | 233 KB

The American Chamber of Commerce wrote to An Taoiseach to express our concerns at any potential loss of connectivity arising from the sale of Aer Lingus

Health Insurance: Open Enrolment regulations

PDF | 105KB

Submission to the Minister for Health regarding concerns over the proposed end to the waiver of waiting times for health insurance coverage.

Law Enforcement Access to Data in the Irish Cloud

PDF | 400KB

Letter to An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD on the extraterritorial reach of law enforcement authorities to access data in the context of routine criminal investigations.

Network and Information Security Directive

PDF | 184KB

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland supports the introduction of a Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive to underpin the EU's broader cybersecurity agenda.

Private Health Insurance

PDF | 376KB

Submission to the Departments of Health, Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation on Chamber concerns regarding the negative consequences for Ireland's competitiveness of increasing health insurance premiums.

Base Erosion & Profit Shifting

PDF | 666 KB

Submission to the Department of Finance on the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project (BEPS), which aims to address perceived mismatches and gaps in international corporate tax rules.