Finance Dublin is the industry website and publication dedicated to the international financial services industry. It informs readers on the companies, trends, developments and thought leaders in IFS. The publication and website provides a platform analysing the factors behind the evolution of Ireland's international financial services industry - the only fully Common Law Financial Services Jurisdiction in the EU after Brexit. In providing insightful commentary and analysis on the stories of the international financial services industry, and the forces, problems, and preoccupations driving it, the publication is a high level resource read by decision makers.
See what's coming up in our Editorial Calendar for 2021 - email us here or contact John Stanley or Dustin O'Neill at tel: 353 1 293 0566 for the upcoming editorial agenda.
Finance Dublin is the industry journal dedicated to Ireland's financial services industry, a principal export pillar of Ireland's economy, the fastest growing in Western Europe, in many respects on account of its fast growing IFS industry. Independent of the industry and Government, it provides a 'fourth estate' to the Irish IFS industry, and the European and global forces driving it. It informs and updates readers on the companies, decisionmakers and views of the thought leaders working in the global cross border financial services industry. Finance Dublin is available online in epaper and in html.
A Brief History:- the print publication Finance Dublin was merged with Finance Magazine in 2009, maintaining the continuous analysis of finance provided by its publisher, Fintel Publications, since June 1987, when the first issue of Finance Magazine was published.
Finance Dublin's special publications include The Finance Dublin Deals of the Year Awards 2020 - See the last Awards edition. See also Finance Dublin's Investment Funds Ireland Report November 2020, 'Global Strategies in Asset Management' and Finance Dublin's Corporate Banking in Ireland Report.
The Irish Tax Monitor, a rich harvest for commentary on Tax, 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 email@example.com if you would like further information as to how to become a contributor of the Tax Monitor.
Finance Dublin Readership (October 2020 - 29,088 Unique Visitors; and 250,564 Page Impressions). Online paying subscribers circulation: 11,000 people per month (estimated, based on employee numbers in subscribing institutions, and readership surveys of 'open rates' of emailed monthly e-paper and HTML e-zine).
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. 'Sponsored articles' on the homepage of FinanceDublin.com are another option. For example please see the
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The Finance Dublin Yearbook
The 2020 edition of The Finance Dublin Yearbook contains a comprehensive assessment of the impact the Covid-19 Pandemic this year has had across Financial Services sectors in Ireland. This is the most comprehensive assessment to date, and provides a picture of the varying impacts in different sectors, with some more affected than others.
The Finance Dublin Yearbook 2020 edition profiles a thriving industry that is growing in depth and diversity. It profiles Ireland as one of Europe's leading common law jurisdictions for finance and financial services, a feature of the country that is cherished by the Irish Government and the Chief Justice of Ireland. Aside from the publication’s core sections, its ‘A to Z ‘company profiles, and its ‘Whos Who’, State, and industry body profiles, it also provides a forum of leading players in the industry.
The Yearbook is part of the annual cycle of Finance Dublin, reflecting the story of the past year and the outlook looking forward. Its Profile sections offer a substantive guide, Post-Brexit, to Republic of Ireland FS e.g. for UK institutions charged with developing a post Brexit regulatory plan providing individual profiles of over 400 institutions who are active in the centre, including IFS companies, Professional Services Advisors, Market Infrastructures and State and Representative bodies.
Please click here to see the current edition.
To 2025 and beyond' - the big issues facing global financial services
The Financial Centres Summit, FCSDublin, in 2019 focused on Ireland's emerging lead role within EU27 as an alternative location for UK based FS businesses and how its businesses, institutions and professional advisers provided a global financial services bridge for Europe, Britain, the US, and the transatlantic partnership, as well as the world as one, including China, (Austral) Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Over fifty inspiring speakers from the coalface of IFS and aviation finance addressed our two parallel Conferences - The Aviation Finance Conference 2019 and The Financial Centres Summit 2019.
The Finance Dublin Yearbook - here.Aviation 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, 2019 The Aviation Finance Conference, 2019
For further details of forthcoming Advertising and Sponsorship opportunities please e-mail Martina Bermingham at: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 John Stanley or Dustin O'Neill at tel: 353 1 293 0566.