Finance Dublin provides a focused monthly analysis of the factors behind the evolution of Ireland's continuously expanding international financial services industry. By providing independent evidence-based commentary on the stories of the financial services industry, its people and businesses, the publication is an educational resource for readers.
History: the print publication, Finance Dublin was merged with Finance Magazine in 2009, continuing the continuous monthly analysis of finance in Ireland provided since June 1987, when the first issue of Finance Magazine was published.
Finance Dublin is the industry journal dedicated to Ireland's financial services industry, one of the principal export pillars of Ireland's economy. Independent of the industry and Government, it provides a 'fourth estate' to the IFS industry. It informs and updates readers each month on the companies, decisionmakers and views of the thought leaders working in Ireland's financial services industry, one of the most dynamic financial centres in the world. Finance Dublin is available in both print, online on epaper and in html.
The Irish Tax Monitor is published every month in Finance Dublin. The Irish Tax Monitor delivers a focus on tax advice, delivered by leading professional writers in the tax field in Ireland. Its aim is to produce a publication that delivers practical tax guidance to decision makers in the broad corporate and IFS sectors. It also focuses forensically on global events, developments and initiatives likely to impact on Irish companies. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information as to how to become a contributor of the Tax Monitor.
The Finance Dublin Deals of the Year Awards 2018 - See the latest Awards edition here .
More Finance Dublin Special Publications & Research Reports :- FinTech, Brexit and Employment Trends in Ireland's IFS Industry, a Research Report by Deloitte & Finance Dublin - The Finance Dublin and Deloitte Research Report (July 2017) found that 40% of Ireland's IFS companies expected Brexit to have a positive impact on headcount, against 7% saying it will cut jobs. The survey, amongst 500 companies in the 2017 Finance Dublin Yearbook, carried out in collaboration with Deloitte also finds that overall employment increased amongst the companies surveyed last year by 4.6 per cent and that Regulation and Supervision issues are the most important concerns.
Web statistics for the Finance Dublin online platform just released for 2017 show an increase of 29 p.c. in average monthly unique visitors in the year over 2016, while visits, and page impressions (up 40 p.c. to over 1 million), also increased sharply. These increases in readership of the Finance Dublin site were accompanied by strong increases for its sister publication, Aviation Finance, in which Ireland's international aviation finance and leasing industry features prominently in the fortnightly publication every two weeks - with unique visitors there up by 29% on average in 2017.
Average unique monthly visitors to Finance Dublin rose to 12,311 per month in 2017, up from 9,519 in 2016, and including average monthly unique visitors on the financejobs.ie and finance-magazine.com site with those on the Finance Dublin site, the overall platform saw average unique monthly visitors in 2017 of 25,335 people*.
Increases were also seen in Finance Dublin's job site, FinanceJobs.ie, where Brexit-related searches for jobs in the Irish financial services industry from overseas fuelled a rise, with page impressions on the job site rising to over 2.3 million in 2017 (up 6.9% on the average for 2016).
Our Web Advertising offers include exclusive month-long Banner and Rectangle adverts running on the Finance Dublin and Finance Magazine, and Finance Dublin e-zine (rich text subscriber email), and Finance Dublin Homepages.
The Finance Dublin Yearbook
To 2025 and beyond' - the big issues facing global financial services
The looming Brexit on March 29th, the future for European Capital Markets after that, and the problems and opportunities facing global financial markets businesses and financial centres form the agenda of The Financial Centres Summit, Dublin, 2018 (FCSDublin).
Inspiring figures from the coalface of IFS will address the themes of product development, risk management, the forces of technology, and the product and jurisdictional platforms of the future in 13 sessions that will hear over 50 speakers expert in global capital markets, portfolio management and aviation finance. The Summit will present unique opportunities for delegates to mix at the numerous social events at the Summit which will start with a Welcome Reception on the evening of October 2nd. This will follow afternoon Masterclass Workshops that will kick off the Summit with sessions that will see some of the most insightful thinkers examine the potentials for real business solutions in areas of key interest, such as KYC, derivatives contracts, and custody.
Financial Centres Summit, 2nd & 3rd October 2018
The Finance Dublin Yearbook - click hereAviation Finance - our world-leading publication on the financing and economics of air transport - 3 p.c. of global GDP FINANCEjobs.ie - the careers and jobs website of Finance magazine & Finance Dublin FINANCE-magazine.com - Ireland's financial services magazine, established in 1987. The Financial Centres Summit, Dublin, 2nd & 3rd October, 2018
Advertising and Sponsorship opportunities are available at our Summit, in our publications and on our websites. For further details and rates please e-mail Martina Bermingham at: email@example.com or phone us: 353 1 293 0566. To see the forward Editorial Calendar for Finance Dublin please request a copy by email here or contact Dustin O'Neill or John Stanley at tel: 353 1 293 0566.