Irish financial regulator on ‘significant’ recruitment drive

Irish financial regulator on ‘significant’ recruitment drive

It's safe to say that Ireland's financial regulator is about to be a lot busier. It's having to oversee the recapitalisation of the domestic banks, reduce their reliance…

How to create an amazing CV if you work in fund accounting

How to create an amazing CV if you work in fund accounting

With competition fiercer than ever within the fund accounting space, ensuring your CV fully sells your experience and achievements is essential. As part of our 'How to create…

Expansion is on the cards for Ireland’s fund administrators

Expansion is on the cards for Ireland’s fund administrators

A return to the heady days of voluminous recruitment within Ireland's fund administration sector is still some way off, but confidence has returned to the sector and (whisper…

More cost-cutting to come at AIB, but jury still out on redundancies

More cost-cutting to come at AIB, but jury still out on redundancies

Financially, the outlook at Allied Irish Banks could barely be bleaker, with the bank last week reporting a pre-tax loss of €2.66bn (2.4bn) for 2009 and a tripling…

Counting the employee cost of the ‘third force’ in Irish banking

Counting the employee cost of the ‘third force’ in Irish banking

A three-way merger of EBS, Irish Nationwide and Permanent TSB could lead to the closure of some 120 branches across Ireland, or nearly half their combined total. The…

GUEST COMMENT: Irish bankers are optimistic, but not naive

GUEST COMMENT: Irish bankers are optimistic, but not naive

In the current market conditions, optimism within Ireland's banking sector is hard to come by. But, while the situation does not look like drastically improving in 2010, the…

Irish banks building teams in preparation for NAMA

Irish banks building teams in preparation for NAMA

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) may have unveiled some key appointments in the last couple of weeks, but it's also spurring healthy levels of recruitment within Ireland's…

The ever-shrinking Irish corporate banking pay packets

The ever-shrinking Irish corporate banking pay packets

Corporate bankers in Ireland have seen their salaries shrink by as much as €18k over the last year as redundancies and lack of new job opportunities took their…

A stint in the US, Canada, Australia or NZ could increase your earning potential

A stint in the US, Canada, Australia or NZ could increase your earning potential

Gaining work experience in financial centres outside of Ireland could mean you ultimately end up earning as much as 11% more than your less travel-minded contemporaries. At least…

Will financial services job losses in Ireland eventually hit 10,000?

Will financial services job losses in Ireland eventually hit 10,000?

Ireland's financial sector is still in the midst of a jobs crisis, which could eventually see the loss of 10,000 positions, according to the country's finance union. The…

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