Who We AreThe Financial Services Innovation Centre (FSIC) www.fs-innovation.org is the leading Irish research centre collaborating with businesses engaged in the Financial Services industry. The FSIC provides research, development and innovation (RDI) capabilities to domestic and international companies.Read more
What We DoThe FSIC plays a pivotal role in stimulating innovation within the financial services sector and has worked with national and international partners in areas such as banking, funds, payments, regulations, consulting, insurance, BPO and technology.Read more
WhyInnovation is unpredictable but with the expertise of the FSIC, this “innovation uncertainty” can be reduced. The FSIC focuses objectively on industry challenges by delivering a range of innovative solutions that may not be readily apparent under normal industry operations.Read more
The leading Irish research centre for any type of business engaged in Financial Services
Business Information Systems (BIS, UCC) is hosting a seminar entitled “Empowering Young Women’s career choices in Modern Business” in February 2014. The objective of the seminar is to communicate the extent of the potential opportunities available to young women with technology related skillsets, in terms of career progression, financial rewards, entrepreneurship and opportunities to travel.
The PACITA project is delighted to invite participants to the 2nd European Summer School in Technology Assessment entitled ‘Challenges and Opportunities of the Ageing Society; Exploring the role of Technology’, to be held in UCC on 18th-20th June 2014. More information on the PACITA project is available on the PACITA Website or in the PACITA Project Magazine.
Finovate conferences are a unique fusion that is part sales demo, part press conference, part trade show, part analyst briefing, and part business development meeting rolled into a single event. The events showcase the cutting-edge of financial technology, whether it comes from established industry leaders or up-and-coming startups, and facilitate networking opportunities to make game-changing connections.
The MSc Corporate Finance program at UCC has signed an Academic Partnership Agreement with the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association - the international leader in alternative investment education and provider of the CAIA designation. The MSc Corporate Finance program at UCC’s Department of Accounting, Finance and Information Systems now joins a select group of programmes globally who have Academic Partnership Agreements with CAIA.