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Title: Irish domiciled ETF for non resident
Post by: neonlight on August 28, 2017, 12:22:57 PM
Hi, I've read that for a non resident to buy ETF one good choice might be ETFs that is run by Irish funds , a very simple question since I am really new. So how do I buy them? Just look for the ETF in Irish Stock Exchange?

Thanks :)
Title: Re: Irish domiciled ETF for non resident
Post by: dbm on September 05, 2017, 10:56:08 PM
A lot of the ETF's listed in London are domiciled in Ireland, as a few on other European exchanges. 

To get the reduced withholding rate in Ireland, depending on where you are from and how the investments are held, can be as simple as a form, or may require a certificate of residence from your country's tax authority.

That being said, I haven't dealt with Irish stocks for a few years through a role change at work, and things may have changed.