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. 

Pre- Budget 2022

In our Pre-Budget 2022 submission to Government, entitled ‘Next Century Ireland’, the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) sets out its recommendations for retaining and attracting inward investment. AmCham believes the competition for investment internationally will be intense in the coming period. Competitor countries are responding by continuously improving their offering to inward investment and Ireland needs to be agile and proactive.  To maximise this opportunity, smart policy decisions need to be made quickly under the themes of People, Place and Impact because of the pressures of the pandemic, corporate tax reform and the climate crisis
 

​Corporate Power Purchasing Agreements

The views of our members on the SEAI’s Public Consultation on Renewable Electricity Corporate Power Purchase Agreements.

DPC Consultation on the Fundamentals for a Child-Oriented Approach to Data Processing Comments from

Comments from the American Chamber of the development of a DPC Guidance on the Fundamentals for a Child-Oriented Approach to Data Processing

Proposed Revision to the Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems

Response of the American Chamber to proposed updated of the NIS Directive; highlighting the important role that cybersecurity plays across all sectors of the economy.

​Interest Limitation Rules

The American Chamber’s response to the Department of Finance’s Feedback Statement on ATAD Implementation Article 4 Interest Limitation.

Dublin Development Plan 2022-2028

Outlining the American Chamber’s vision for Dublin in the coming years.

National Recovery & Resilience Plan

The American Chamber’s priorities as Ireland recovers from the COVID 19 Pandemic.

European Data Protection Board

American Chamber of Commerce Ireland submission to the EDPB consultation on Recommendations 01/2020 on measures that supplement transfer tools to ensure compliance with the EU level of protection of personal data