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Wednesday, 17th April 2024
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Value-added treasury services vital to future of sector Back  
Dublin needs to move up the value chain in order to maintain Ireland’s attractiveness as a treasury centre in the face of spiralling costs, leading treasury providers will tell delegates at the Fourth Annual Finance Dublin Conference.

As part of the conference, an afternoon seminar on corporate treasury will be held on Day 1 of the conference, Tuesday, March 25th. Leading speakers in the field such as Jack Large, chief executive of J&W Associates, Neil Fleming, finance director at AIBIFS and Ian Talbot, a director at JP Morgan will address Dublin’s role as a treasury centre. Key to the seminar will be addressing Dublin’s position in a post-IFSC environment, in which costs are no longer one of Dublin’s main attractions.

Other seminars to be held over two-day event include hedge fund administration, securitisation, aviation finance, reinsurance and captive insurance, fund administration and life assurance.
Ireland’s recently introduced 12.5 per cent corporation tax rate will be the focus of much discussion on the day, as Jeffery Owens, who was recently included in Time magazine’s ‘Must Lunch List’, and the man behind the OECD’s clampdown on offshore tax havens, goes head to head on the viability of Ireland’s low tax rate with several leading local financial services tax advisors including Paul McGowan of KPMG, PJ Henehan of Ernst & Young and Pat Wall of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Keynote speakers on the day include Sir Nigel Wicks, chairman of Euroclear, and a member of the Lamfalussy Committee, and Britain’s ‘sleazebuster in chief’, having been appointed last year by Tony Blair as chair of the UK’s Standards in Public Life Committee and Dr. Liam O’Reilly, chief executive of the new single regulator, will give a presentation on IFSRA’s pro-business strategy.

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