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Our leaders constantly stay abreast of industry trends and are on hand to respond to media queries. Stay up to date here on the latest news and announcements from EY Financial Services Ireland.




Colin Ryan appointed EY Ireland’s Financial Services Country Leader
Colin Ryan appointed EY Ireland’s Financial Services Country Leader
EY Financial Services headline sponsors of Women In Finance Ireland Awards 2021
EY Financial Services headline sponsors of Women In Finance Ireland Awards 2021
Why EY will be looking for ‘fighter pilots, not plane spotters’ next year
Why EY will be looking for ‘fighter pilots, not plane spotters’ next year
Ireland lands highest share of financial services firms exiting UK
Ireland lands highest share of financial services firms exiting UK
The Changing World of the CFO
The Changing World of the CFO
This Working Life: Business Post Interview with Lisa Kealy
This Working Life: Business Post Interview with Lisa Kealy
The Future of Work
The Future of Work
The CBI’s Guidance on Fund Management Companies (FMCs)
The CBI’s Guidance on Fund Management Companies (FMCs)
Dublin ‘top Brexodus destination’
Dublin ‘top Brexodus destination’
What does the new EU benchmark regulation (BMR) mean for the funds industry?
What does the new EU benchmark regulation (BMR) mean for the funds industry?
Surge in cybersecurity incidents
Surge in cybersecurity incidents
Most Irish firms ‘playing catch-up’ on cyber attacks
Most Irish firms ‘playing catch-up’ on cyber attacks
Irish firms ‘woefully unprepared’ for new EU data protection law
Irish firms ‘woefully unprepared’ for new EU data protection law
EY report: 55% of Irish firms unlikely to detect cyberattacks
EY report: 55% of Irish firms unlikely to detect cyberattacks
ETF Market could swell to $6 trillion by 2020
ETF Market could swell to $6 trillion by 2020
Can ETF’s continue inexorable rise during 2017?
Can ETF’s continue inexorable rise during 2017?

Active Fund Managers to Launch ETFs
ETF assets expected to double by 2020
Eoin MacManus interview with Finance Dublin