Ireland has signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, as amended by its 2010 Protocol. It is the 21st country to do so, see list of other countries here.

The Convention provides a multilateral basis for a wide range of inter-governmental administrative assistance, including information exchange on request, automatic exchange of information, simultaneous tax examinations, assistance in tax collection and service of documents.

The amended Convention is fully aligned with the internationally agreed standards on transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes, and has been open to all countries worldwide since 1 June.

For more details on the Convention, see


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