The EY Funds Forum took place on Tuesday, 5 December 2017 at the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin where the industry’s biggest players discussed hot topics and future trends in a range of fascinating panel discussions direct addresses.
The event included keynote presentations from Patrick Mattar, Managing Director and Head of EMEA Broker Dealer Sales, BlackRock, and Martina Kelly, Head of Markets Policy Division, Central Bank of Ireland. A full list of our guest speakers are listed below, which included leading names from Deutsche, Blackstone, Barclays, Northern Trust and Mediolanum. We also welcomed Peter de Proft, Director General of efama who participated in our final panel discussion which saw lively debate around Brexit and the EU position.
Lisa Kealy, Head of EMEIA ETFs, Ireland Wealth & Asset Management Leader, EY Financial Services
Patrick Matter, Managing Director, Head of EMEA Broker Dealer Sales, iShares Capital Markets, BlackRock
Fergus McNally, Wealth and Asset Management Partner, EY
Alex Birkin, EMEIA Wealth and Asset Management Industry Leader/Global Wealth and Asset Management Advisory Leader
David Warren, Chief Investment Officer, Zurich Life Assurance plc
Michael Ryan, Managing Director, GSO – Dublin, Blackstone
Martina Kelly, Head of Markets Policy Division, Central Bank of Ireland
Sinead Mahon, Chief Operating Officer, Barclays
Pete Townsend, Founder & CEO, Norio Ventures
Mauricio Noé, Head of Europe, Kroll Bond Rating Agency
Cormac Kelly, Brexit Leader, EY Financial Services
Sheamus Causer, Chief Operating Officer, Deutsche Bank
Clive Bellows, Executive Vice President, Northern Trust
David Doyle, EU Senior Policy Advisor
Peter de Proft, Director General, efama
Tara Doyle, Head of Asset Management Group, Matheson
Furio Pietribiasi, Managing Director, Mediolanum Asset Management
To view the gallery of images, materials from the event delegate packs – including the newly launched 2017 EY Global Hedge Fund and Investor Survey and Brexit reports – please click on the links in our Related Content section below.
Finally, if you would like to discuss any of the issues raised in more detail, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us or your usual EY contact.