The idea of whether to engage in partnerships comes up frequently at Fintech conferences. On reflection I don’t think there is a right or wrong answer and here is why. Large financial institutions frequently extol the virtues of partnering with Fintech firms whether they are new start-ups or established. I attended the ‘FutureScope’ conference in […]Read more "Partnering or Going it Alone"
Like most businesses there are many routes to market and setting up a new fund in Ireland is no exception. Managers will typically either self manage (establish a physical presence themselves) or appoint an administrator to whom they can outsource a range of functions and services. Establishment which is the main theme of this article […]Read more "Offshoring to Ireland"
I have lived and breathed Dublin’s Financial Services capabilities for 20 years and the more I think about it the more impressed I am. Back in 1995 when I started my career the International Financial Services Centre or IFSC was in its infancy. I was one of the first industry graduates having completed the Irish […]Read more "Dublin’s International Financial Services Centre"
I’ve been fascinated by Dublin’s Fintech community of late. It’s active and exciting and with loads going on every day. Contrary to belief its not that new and neither is the concept and the idea around Fintech. Fintech is largely understood to be a cosy marriage of ideas, solutions and capabilities between Finance and Technology […]Read more "Dublin’s Fintech Environment"
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