The Yearbook & Directory of Ireland's international financial services industry Wednesday, 16th January 2019
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Welcome to the online edition of the FINANCE DUBLIN Yearbook, which each year profiles the steady evolution of Ireland as an international financial centre. It identifies new and important emerging sectors, for example asset management, and finance-related legal services, as well as providing the most comprehensive and in-depth profile of the established international financial services companies and professional advisers that comprise Ireland’s international financial services industry.

The Finance Dublin Yearbook 2019 edition in its print and epaper versions will profile a thriving industry that is growing in depth and diversity. A major new editorial section of the publication in 2019 will profile Ireland as one of the world's leading common law ports for finance and financial services, a vision backed 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 leading institutions active in the centre, including IFS companies, Professional Services Advisors, Market Infrastructures and State and Representative bodies.

The forthcoming 2019 edition will be the 26th annual edition of the Yearbook, which was first published in 1992.

Click HERE to see the ONLINE E PAPER EDITION of the 2018 Yearbook.

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The FINANCE DUBLIN Yearbook & Directory of Ireland's International Financial Services companies is published in print and online.

IFS COMPANIES GUIDE & DIRECTORY

The FINANCE DUBLIN International Financial Services companies Directory profiles over 400 companies from over 50 jurisdictions operating from the Republic of Ireland. The search function in the online guide provides updated profiles of the firms operating in banking, aircraft leasing, asset management, securities and investment fund services, structured finance, asset finance, insurance, reinsurance, life, and captive insurance in the jurisdiction.

IFS REGULATORY, STATE, AND REPRESENTATIVE BODIES

The Yearbook's listings of Regulatory, State and Representative Bodies. The representative bodies are industry associations, and lobbies, many of whom are affiliated to other EU bodies representing sectors of the IFS industry at EU level.

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES GUIDE & DIRECTORY

Ireland is host to some of the world's leading professional advisory practices with some of the top global advisers in a range of specialist financial services disciplines, including aircraft leasing, asset management, structured finance, insurance and multinational corporate taxation in a leading common law jurisdiction that is also a member of the European Union. Click here

The Finance Dublin Yearbook includes the Finance Dublin Professional Services Guide & Directory. It is the unique resource of specialist expertise across a comprehensive range of financial services disciplines for the jurisdiction.

It is designed to be of use to dealmakers and service providers seeking to structure solutions based on the jurisdiction's legal and tax frameworks, for example in asset management and fund administration, insurance, aircraft financing and many other services. (These are listed in the "My IFSC" section, with listings of service providers in over 200 financial service categories).

The Finance Dublin Professional Services Guide complements the A-Z listings of companies in the Yearbook.

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