Issue 14 - December 2017: Outsourcing challenges for financial services companies in light of regulatory expectations; How do you measure success in the Tax function?; Will banks be ready for PSD2 and the new world of open banking?; Asset & Wealth Management needs to up its game on innovation and technology.
Issue 13 - September 2017: New data protection rules demand new approaches; Business case for modernisation - Lessons from Solvency II as we move towards IFRS 17; Technology is set to become a game changer in Asset and Wealth Management; Partnership can play a growing role in the evolution of FS FinTech but it still requires a balanced approach.
Issue 12 - April 2017:Brexit transformation for wholesale banks will require an immediate and significant investment of time and resources; EU Data Protection rules set to change; Brexit presents an opportunity for investment pooling; Global insurance CEOs embrace disruption.
Issue 11 - January 2017: FinTech mind-set in its infancy in Asset & Wealth Management sector; The ever changing AML regulatory environment - an update; Talent a big factor in attracting companies to Ireland; Oversight of financial services cybersecurity to intensify.
Issue 10 - October 2016: Ireland as a hub for private equity; Customer in driver’s seat as banks seek to collaborate with FinTechs; MiFID II - a one year delay, but what now?; Scenarios help employees explore the grey areas of corporate culture and values.
Issue 9 - July 2016: Boards need to emphasise the importance of Cyber Security to their organisation as cyber crime in Ireland has more than doubled since 2012; PSD2 - The Changing face of banking; Top 10 tech-driven forces shaping financial services in 2020.
Issue 8 - April 2016: Changing the regulatory burden into a business advantage; View from the top - global FS leaders speak up; Comply or explain: Directors’ Compliance Statements; Time for asset managers need to 'resource-up' their tax functions.
Issue 7 - January 2016: Components of MIFID II and planning an effective implementation strategy; Positive sentiment but challenges ahead - PwC FS CEO Pulse Survey; Asian demand continuing to drive growth for Irish aircraft lessors.
Issue 6 - October 2015: Cyber insurance global market set to reach $7.5 billion by 2020 - capitalising on the cyber risk opportunity; Irish insurance sector more resilient than global industry; Taxation of foreign investors in Asia: China & India; Capitalise on Ireland’s fintech potential.
Issue 5 - June 2015: Capital Markets Union to breath new life into Ireland's international financial services sector; MiFID II and its impact on asset managers; Data Analytics - An FS perspective; Evolving capital markets opportunity for Ireland.
Issue 4 - March 2015: PwC/Urban Land Institute Emerging Trends in Real Estate Survey 2015; Moments that matter: effectively changing organisational culture; What is Cyber Risk and how can financial organisations protect themselves?
Issue 3 - December 2014: Fasten your seatbelts - turbulence in the medium term; BEPS update: impact on the aviation leasing industry; The opportunity for banks and insurers to build trust through customer centricity; Transforming talent in financial services.
Issue 2 - October 2014: Being a Fund Director: Is the reward worth the risk?; Understanding the 'digital native'; Shipping: Opportunities for Ireland as an onshore shipping charter location; Renewed 'Team Ireland' approach to competitiveness.
Issue 1 - June 2014: First Annual PwC Tax Leaders' Conference; Doing the right thing even when no-one is looking; Inaccurate reporting - a risky business; Asset management - an industry transformation; Ready, steady? CRDIV.