- The January issue of Finance Dublin
The latest edition of Finance Dublin
includes our new year special cover feature "2018..Loading". The articles covering a broad range of IFS issues in it are set against the backdrop of an economic outlook, both for Ireland and globally that is particularly auspicious. In a year that starts with even the monetary base being challenged (by cryptocurrencies) regulatory changes such as MiFID II and PRIIPS come into force, to be followed by further changes later in the year.
- Aviation finance centres
In the January issue: Corporate Feature in Finance Dublin: A comparative analysis by EY of Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong and China Free Trade Zones as centres for aircraft leasing and financing activity. EY says that while Ireland will continue as the global centre of aircraft leasing, other centres will offer opportunities for different classes of investors and different markets.
- Funds industry focus on efficiency and costs will sharpen in 2018
NICHOLAS BLAKE-KNOX, former Senior Legal Counsel of PIMCO's EMEA funds business who took up the role of head of investment funds at Walkers Ireland on January 1st assesses the economics of the asset management industry and the forces that are reshaping it. He also analyses the regulatory pipeline and potential Brexit complications facing the European and Irish funds industry.
- Syndicated Property Finance
Corporate Advertising Feature: Initiative Ireland's innovative funding model for housing (In January's Finance Dublin). Its membership model offers investors short term (under 2 year) secured current opportunities with a tier one (junior debt) return of up to 4% and tier 2 of up to 8%.
- Finance Dublin online platform records strong readership increases in calendar year 2017
10th January 2018: Web statistics for the Finance Dublin online platform just released for 2017 show an increase of 29% in average monthly unique vistors in the year over 2016, while visits, and page impressions (up 40% 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 very two weeks - with unique visitors there up by 39% on average in 2017.
- Finance Dublin in 2018
In 2018 our forthcoming publications, The Finance Dublin Yearbook 2018, Deals of the Year 2018, and the 31st annual Survey of Ireland's Top Accountancy Firms, as well as the Financial Centres Summit, Dublin, in October will be highlighting the opportunities of a new year full of promise, and we look forward to bringing you new insights around the opportunities and challenges in the new year.
- CSR Profile: Making a real difference to young people across Ireland
In the December issue: basis.point is the Irish funds industry's initiative to make a real and visible difference by supporting educational programmes for disadvantaged children across Ireland.
- December issue: Investment Funds 2018 - Global strategies in asset management
The focus of the Special Report Investment Funds 2018 - Global strategies in asset management is on the global issues that are dominating strategic decisions in the asset management industry in the year to come. The Report highlights the fundamental issues that will be at the heart of strategy for the international investment funds industry in 2018.
- In the December issue:
The December issue includes our Special Report, Investment Funds 2018. In our editorial we said that 'getting on with it', should, when it comes to the impact of Brexit, be a profitable motto to continue to adopt in 2018. Also in the issue, US tax reform as the US CT rate comes down to 21%; Citadel Securities' plans; ISE and Euronext; Fexco's new aviation investment vehicle, Airborne Capital.
- The Financial Centres Summit, Dublin, 2017
The Financial Centres Summit, Dublin 2017
presented by Finance Dublin
and FSI in Dublin Castle heard from over 80 speakers on the current vital issues for Ireland's IFS industry on Tuesday October 17th. See the latest on the event and what's happening as a result on Twitter here at: #FCSDublin2017
Proceedings started with the keynote address by Lord Jonathan Hill, former EU Commissioner for financial services. Click here for updates in the months to come on FCSDublin2018
in Dublin Castle on October 2nd and 3rd 2018.