- In the January 2017 issue of Finance Dublin: Brexit & the Central Bank of Ireland
In a comprehensive outline of its approach to the processing of the significant volume of post Brexit enquiries for passporting in the pipeline, the Central Bank details the response applicants can expect.
Also: Aftermath of Finance Bill 2016. Brexit and tax, and the new year Budget process. MMFR deal in Brussels; Bank of Cyprus uses Irish ISE platform to access LSE. Finance Dublin Yearbook
2017 Anniversary Edition: details.
- Somers: ISE now 'global centre of choice for fund listing' as ISE annual review shows bond listings grew 7% to reach over 29,000
Irish Stock Exchange highlights, 2016:
ISE bond listings grow by 7% to reach over 29,000 debt securities; 1,041 new fund listings, retaining No 1 position for funds listing globally; New equity listings from Venn Life Sciences, Draper Esprit and Dalata Hotel Group; 11 listed companies raise €513m from international investors; Equity trading reaches record 6.6m transactions (+17.4%); #IPOready companies graduate from ISE leadership programme
- Ten questions for aviation finance conference attendees in 2017
As Dublin hosts over 2,000 delegates at the annual air finance conferences this week, we circulated a list of the key aviation financing issues as we enter into 2017, suggested in a list of 10 questions such as how many new entrant lessors will be launched during 2017?
- Leasing arm of China Development Bank strengthens it global aircraft leasing hub in Dublin
China Development Bank-owned CDB Aviation Lease Finance (CDBALF) has appointed former law firm Freshfield's global aviation and asset finance team leader Rob Murphy as Chief Operating Officer and its General Counsel and Avolon's former head of EMEA Pat Hannigan as Chief Commercial Officer. Former GECAS executive John Cunningham has been appointed SVP Asia Pacific. CDBALF's CEO Peter Chang said the team will be charged with expanding CDBALF's "market reach beyond China and shifting the company's current approach to a more western, customer-centric focus serving all global markets".
- Finance Dublin Yearbook 2017 Anniversary Edition
The Finance Dublin Yearbook 2017 will be a special edition marking the 30th Anniversary of Ireland's IFS industry Click here for details
- Making Ireland 'Brexit-ready' - the role of the Central Bank of Ireland
In a comprehensive outline of its approach to the processing of the significant volume of post Brexit applications for passporting in the Republic of Ireland, the CBI's director of policy and risk Gerry Cross sets out the response applicants can expect from the Irish regulator 'for authorisation to do business in Ireland and Europe.'
- A Day in the Life: John Larkin, chairman of William Fry - "busy these days handling inquiries from UK companies looking at relocation to Ireland"
John Larkin, recently appointed chairman of leading Irish corporate lawfirm William Fry, and head of its Insurance & Reinsurance Department, has had a busy few months handling inquiries from UK companies looking at relocation to Ireland in the light of 'Brexit'.
- Top 20 Irish Accountancy Firms 2016: Managing Partners' Forum - How Ireland's fast-growing accountancy firms are grappling with some unprecedented regulatory and technical changes
Despite the huge challenges they face - EU audit rotation, for example, and the opportunities of technology - blockchain, (the "distributed ledger") for example, as well as the possibility of Irish GAAPs in the wake of Brexit, the Managing Partners of Ireland's Top 20 Accountancy firms have seen more rapid growth than their peers in the UK, and the rest of the world, as some of them point out in this insight into the day-to-day business preoccupations of a group, who, according to the latest numbers, are at the top of a growth story that has seen the second best business year in real terms since the Finance Dublin survey began.
- TK Whitaker, public servant and patriot
TK Whitaker, former secretary of the Department of Finance and Governor of the Central Bank was a civil servant whose career was materially associated with the emergence of Ireland as one of the world's most successful small open economies