Brexit, the opportunities for the financial services industry


Ireland, the UK, Europe and the world, and the opportunities arising from and beyond Brexit are at the centre of FCSDublin, 2019, and its 50 plus speakers, with representatives of the entire Irish IFS industry, along with global speakers including the former UK Chancellor Ken Clarke, and USA SEC Chairman Jay Clayton will be addressing the positive opportunities arising for the financial services industry from Brexit in Dublin Castle, October 15-16th 2019.

Key note speakers include:

Ken Clarke, MP, QC, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, and 'Father’ of the House of Commons

Jay Clayton, chairman, Securities & Exchange Commission, USA

The Chief Justice of Ireland, the Hon Mr Justice Frank Clarke

Valérie Urbain, Chief Executive Officer, Euroclear Bank SA/NV

Michael D'Arcy, Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Department of Finance, Ireland

Mary O'Dea, Chief Executive, Institute of Banking, Ireland

Brian Hayes, former MEP, and CEO Banking & Payments Federation of Ireland

Lucinda Creighton, former VP EPP, and Irish Government EU Minister

Yvonne Connolly, Chairperson, Irish Funds 2019, and CEO, Carne Group

Kieran Donoghue, Head of IFS, Corporate Strategy and Public Policy, IDA Ireland

Kevin Thompson, CEO, Insurance Ireland

Melíosa O'Caoimh, Country Head, Ireland Northern Trust

Geraldine Gibson-Dautun, CEO and Founder, AQMetrics


Building bridges, making links

The Summit Agenda will have the theme of building bridges between financial services centres globally, through the development of mutual recognition and common standards, be they through common legal systems and global regulatory and financial standards.

FS Sectors: Asset management; Investment banking; Aviation Finance; Banking/Treasury & Insurance/reinsurance

Industry issues: Innovation in financial services; The development of public markets; Fintech; Regtech; ESG; Innovative product development in asset management, Education and Structured finance

Centres, Jurisdictions and Economic Areas Represented: Ireland; USA; UK; European Union; OECD.