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
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Speech of An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. at launch of the Financial Services Governance, Risk & Compliance Technology Centre (GRCTC)
Good morning all and thank you to the President (UCC) and to Professor Ciaran Murphy for his remarks.
I am delighted to be here to officially launch the Financial Services Governance Risk and Compliance Technology Centre, hosted here by UCC. This is being funded by the Government through Enterprise Ireland and the IDA and is an excellent joint initiative by both State Agencies.
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland hosted its Annual National Conference, Innovation in Banking – Engaging the Customer, on Tuesday, November 11th at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dublin. This year’s flagship event brought together key senior bankers, payment service providers, policy makers and commentators to present their thoughts on the challenges and opportunities that innovation presents to service providers and their customers.
Register for your ticket today at http://bit.ly/1CR4HP4 MEP for Ireland South, Deirdre Clune will open the event. In a Eurovision of a different sort, more than 1000 people across Europe will take part simultaneously in citizen consultations on sustainable consumption on Saturday 25 October from 09.30am to 3.30pm at 1st Floor Main Restaurant, UCC Main Campus. Refreshments and lunch will be served during the day. No pre-knowledge needed, discussions will cover a wide range of topics on: