EY has a unique Financial Services proposition developed to ensure its clients receive specialist advice from dedicated FS experts. As part of a 13,000 strong European Financial Services Organisation (FSO) including 600 audit, tax and advisory professionals in Ireland, EY brings together an experienced, globally integrated team. Its Irish financial services group provides the in-depth knowledge of assurance, tax and advisory services your business needs to achieve its potential. EY FSO focuses entirely on the financial services industry and provides advisory services across the three sectors of: Insurance, Wealth & Asset Management and Banking & Capital Markets.
Headquartered in Dublin with offices in London, New York, Palo Alto and San Francisco, more than 650 people work across Matheson's five offices, including 80 partners and tax principals and over 350 legal and tax professionals. Matheson concentrates on serving the Irish legal needs of internationally focused companies and financial institutions doing business in and from Ireland. Matheson's clients include the majority of the Fortune 100 companies and over half of the world's 50 largest banks. Matheson has worked closely with some of the world's largest tech multinationals and high-profile start-ups advising 7 of the top 10 global technology brands.
CDB Aviation Lease Finance DAC is a wholly owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co, which in turn is part of the world's largest development finance institution. As a full-service lessor, CDB Aviation offers a wide array of valuable services to airlines, from traditional operating leases, to fleet renewals, to structured financings. With a portfolio of the most sought after aircraft types, CDB Aviation offers innovative and cost-effective leasing solutions that support its airline partners to realize their goals.
As a premier financial firm, Northern Trust specializes in goals driven wealth management backed by innovative technology and a strong fiduciary heritage.
Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI) is Northern Ireland's regional economic development agency. It is a non-departmental public body (NDPB) of the Department for the Economy (DfE). As the regional business development agency, Invest NI's role is to grow the local economy. It does this by helping new and existing businesses to compete internationally, and by attracting new investment to Northern Ireland.
Objectway is an agile technology player engaged in the development of wealth and asset management platforms in a global market
IBA is a leading independent aviation consultancy advising a broad mix of lessors, operators, financiers and investors. Operating globally, we inform decision making and support operations across the aviation spectrum. Supporting strategic investments, managing aircraft, advising on expansion, or driving efficiency improvements, our mix of intelligence gathering, analysis, proprietary data, technical expertise and decades of aviation experience delivers value across aviation opportunities and challenges.
The Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) is Ireland's national dedicated development, promotional and marketing agency for the shipping and shipping services sector
basis.point is the Irish Fund Industry's initiative to come together to help make a difference to those in need. The aim of basis.point is to make a real contribution to improving educational opportunities for those in need in Ireland, particularly young people. It does this by providing grants to charities to fund programmes and initiatives that focus on education and which aim to make a sustainable and tangible difference to those living in poverty.
Finance Dublin is the industry journal dedicated to Ireland's financial services industry
Since the earliest days of the IFSC, the Trust has been an important conduit for the goodwill and generosity of the IFSC community to its neighbours in the Inner City. A registered charity, managed by a small group of volunteers drawn from IFSC bodies, the Trust operates on a shoestring to ensure that its available income provides maximum support to community organisations providing education, training and recreation for young and old in an area which has more than its share of problems and rather less than its share of facilities.