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Finance Magazine - July 1999 Issue

 
Successful CRM strategies
More sophisticated information tools are available to manage customer relationships profitably, but companies are only starting to use them writes Brian Moore
HOW THE TELECOM EIREANN CASH MOVED
The initial public offer of Telecom Eireann shares required the handling in a short time frame of £5.3 billion in cash. £2 billion of this had to be returned to retail investors, £1.8 billion was invested by them and £1.5 billion was settled against shares by institutional investors.
Temping finance managers
With the demand for experienced managers exceeding supply in the major growth areas of the Irish economy, there is an urgent need to examine all of the options available to fill the emerging skills gap writes Ken McElwaine
Financing Airports
Paul Kehoe is the managing director of Belfast International Airport which is a subsidiary of TBI plc in the UK.
If we build it, they will come
Ryanair would build a new terminal at Dublin for £12 million, paid for by more passengers on low fares, argues Michael Cawley.
Financial services on the move in Ireland
The creation of more wealth in Ireland has meant there now greater demand for private banking services. Financial institutions are taking up the challenge writes John Rockett.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF WENDY HEDERMAN
Wendy Hederman takes us through a day of legal complexities behind the internet and telecommunications regulations.
Urban Renewal Revives
The 1998 Urban Renewal Scheme, and Airport Enterprise Zones, have been cleared by the EU.
Corporation Tax 12.5% or 19%
The Government have legislated for a 12.5% corporation tax (CT) rate. Proposals for a surcharge mean that the real corporation tax rate on trading profits may be 19%.
Telecom Children
Anecdotal evidence suggests that many parents have made Telecom share applications on behalf of their minor children. They may be in for some tax surprises if they hit the jackpot!
E-Commerce
A broad consensus emerged at Government level at the Ottawa Conference that new tax measures were not required as a result of the growth of E-Commerce.
FTSE ESTARS INDEX HAS LIFT OFF
FTSE launched its EStars index in June, as a bell-weather for Euroland bluechip stocks writes Carl Beckley
A Blue chip index for derivatives trading
The makeup of the Dow Jones Stoxx Indexes
Sterling Strength and Illusion!
Sterling has almost continuously been stronger against the Euro, since the start of the new currency's life.
The Dow and the ISEQ growing apart
The traditional close correlation between the Dow and European stock markets, and the ISEQ in particular, has changed due to the advent of the euro writes Liam Boggan
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