- The dynamics of world finance and financial centres in a period of disruptive changes - FCSDublin, 2018
The Financial Centres Summit, Dublin, 2018, Dublin Castle, October 2-3rd 2018, featuring over 60 industry thought leaders from Ireland and the world on the opportunities and issues in investment funds, capital markets, banking and aviation finance as Brexit looms. See here for full details,
and here: #FCSDublin 2018
- This month's issue of Finance Dublin
Corporate Banking in Ireland in 2018 - a Special Report in this issue. Preview of FCSDublin 2018 - Financial Centres Summit to host key discussions affecting Irish IFS ahead of Brexit; Budget 2019 Comment: Irish personal taxpayers are still paying for the GFC, with a tax burden that is higher than it was 10 years ago;
Also: Book Review Antoin Murphy on poet Micheal O'Siadhail's 357 page excursion into economics and finance; Investment Funds developments, including Equilend MTF a jv including State Street, JP Morgan, Northern Trust and Blackrock as owners; and the CBI's 'sandbox' - its fintech Innovation Hub.
- Delegate Guide for full day Investment Funds programme at #FCSDublin, 2018
The final agenda for the FCS Dublin Summit in Dublin Castle on Oct 2-3 highlights the very interesting and engaging investment funds content and speakers that we have lined up through the programme for the Plenary Session of our annual conference FCSDublin, 2018, on October 2-3rd.
- Editorial - Budget 2019, and the personal tax take
It is ten years since the fall of Lehmans in 2008, yet Irish personal, as distinct from corporate, taxpayers, are still paying the price - a still heavy one by international standards. The case for giving back is strong and compelling. Evidence-based, as distinct from envy-based, economics shows that when tax takes are higher than in competing jurisdictions at all levels, the jurisdiction with the higher rate slips behind over time in relative growth terms......
- The business opportunities for financial related Law Firms after Brexit from the use of Irish Courts to be focus of session at #FCSDublin
The premise of the session is that Ireland's Courts System offers an attractive alternative Common Law option for contracts and practitioners in the English courts system to avert the inevitable loss of business that Brexit already is causing. Covered will be the new ISDA Master Agreements, Cape Town Act in aircraft leasing and other opportunities for using Irish Courts after Brexit, an initiative both the Irish Government and the legal profession, through the Bar Council and Law Society are supporting.
- The August issue of Finance Dublin
Preview of FCSDublin, 2018 - Financial Centres Summit to host key discussions affecting Irish IFS ahead of Brexit; A world conference in Dublin on how the top financial centres are addressing Brexit, in light of the challenges facing IFS 'to 2025 and beyond';
Also: Brexit moves: Frankfurt's push for euroclearing business starts to reap rewards as Eurex's share of euroclearing jumps, DTCC chooses Dublin and Barclays Irish-based balance sheet set to hit €250 billion. Irish Tax Monitor, and the 2018 Budget; PwC's Financial Services Perspectives in Finance Dublin is published; Consolidation in life insurance - John Lyons on the current dramatic consolidation trends in the Irish life sector, as the bancassurance model gives way to the emergence of ever more powerful institutions; New IAC: The Department of Finance's expanded Industry Advisory Committee sees a bigger representation from banks; Limerick at the top of the world in more ways than one: A Day in the Life - Northern Trust's Catherine Duffy, empowering a 1,300+ workforce in investment funds in the Mid West region, and much more....
- Limerick leader: empowering Northern Trust's 1,300+ workforce in the mid west
A Day in the Life: Catherine Duffy leads Northern Trust's 1,300 strong global fund administration centre of excellence in Limerick. Alternating between NT's two Limerick offices, she balances her work day between strategy meetings, team development and looking for new ideas to grow the Irish business.
- ETFs special in Finance Dublin
25 years of global ETFs: The $5.2 trillion global ETF industry is the subject of our Cover Special Report in this issue where we look at the combination of factors that have driven their growth, assess their prospects for continued delivery in the 2020s and look at the latest global developments and Ireland's leading role in the European ETF market.
We comment on the Central Bank's new Innovation Hub that will focus on 'engagement, sharing and listening' and provide a direct contact point for new and incumbent firms on their fintech innovations.
Also: The EU's Digital Tax proposals and the spectre of multiple-taxation are analysed as is the conflict between the EU and the OECD on the future of international tax the Irish Tax Monitor, and the implications of the Coffey Report's recommendations for Ireland's FS industry; Dillon Eustace's Muireann Reedy analyses financial sanctions regimes and their extra-territorial reach; BPFI's Amy Walsh on the evolving landscape of banking recovery planning; Editorial: Mid Year Review for Ireland's financial services centre.
- The Finance Dublin Deals of the Year Awards 2018
The winners in the Twelfth Annual Finance Dublin Deals of the Year Awards reflect the upsurge of corporate activity in the economy with a number of milestone deals underlining the strength of the economy recovery. The winning deals are in announced in a Special Report in Finance Dublin.
The Report highlights the exceptional year of development on many fronts in corporate finance and capital markets in Ireland during the past year. This is reflected in the deals and awards themselves, which reveal remarkable evolution in various markets across the board. Over 150 Deals were nominated by market participants for this year's Awards, which are awarded on an individual basis across 5 broad categories: Mergers & Acquisitions; Debt Capital Markets; Equity Capital Markets; Loans & Financing, and Financial Services.
- CSR Profile: Making a real difference to young people across Ireland
In the December issue: basis.point is the Irish funds industry's initiative to make a real and visible difference by supporting educational programmes for disadvantaged children across Ireland.
- Investment Funds 2018 - Global strategies in asset management
The focus of the Special Report Investment Funds 2018 - Global strategies in asset management is on the global issues that are dominating strategic decisions in the asset management industry in the year to come. The Report highlights the fundamental issues that will be at the heart of strategy for the international investment funds industry in 2018. Published: December 2018.