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Spotting Opportunities on the Stock Market

Financial Services Innovation Centre (FSIC), UCC and Redmayne Bentley Stockbrokers jointly hosted the 'Spotting Opportunities on the Stock Market' seminar on the 26th November 2012.
This seminar provided those in attendance the opportunity to hear from Redmayne Bentley expert speaker and the views of Mr.Russ Mould, Editor of Shares Magazine.
Group Image taken at the seminar from L to R:
Paul Dee (Redmayne Bentley Stockbrokers), Padraig O'Riordan (Redmayne Bentley Stockbrokers), Mr. Russ Mould (Shares Magazine) and JB McCarthy (FSIC, UCC)
 

Matthew Elderfield on The Banking Sector: Five Challenges

Financial Services Innovation Centre (FSIC) UCC, and the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI) jointly hosted a seminar in October 2012. Guest speakers were Matthew Elderfield, Deputy Governor (Head of Financial Regulation), The Central Bank of Ireland on "The Banking Sector: Five Challenges" and Philip Brennan, Vice-Chairman ACOI on "The Compliance Officer of the Future"

Images taken at the Seminar:

Image 1: Matthew Elderfield

Image 2: Philip Brennan

The FSIC was profiled in the IRDG Autumn 2012 Newsletter - a member research institute who continues to support innovation and research and development in industry. Many thanks IRDG.

Read the IRDG Newletter here: http://www.irdg.ie/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/IRDG-Autumn-2012-Newsletter-spreads.pdf

FSIC - Finovate Europe 2012 Partner

The FSIC is delighted to announce their exclusive European academic partnership with the Finovate conference series which comes to London on the 7th of February 2012. FinovateEurope is a spin-off of the American Finovate conference series. This epic event is scheduled to cutting-edge financial and banking technology innovations from leading established companies and hot new startups from and for the European market.

To view the Agenda for this event please click here.

The FSIC is pleased to announce they were one of a 15 member consortium of European Universities to be awarded a €4.4M Coordination and Support Action in the 2010 Framework 7 Science-in-Society call. The project title is Parliaments and Civil Society in Technology Assessment (PACITA).

Picture L-R: Seán Sherlock T.D Minister for Research & Innovation, Professor Fredric Adam, UCC and Dr Paidi O’Reilly, UCC

Irish Open Data Week – Open Data for an Open Future

The 'Irish Open Data Week – Open Data for an Open Future' event will take place on the 7th November 2011, in the Aula Maxima, in University College Cork.

The Financial Services Innovation Centre hosted an event with Jonathan McMahon, Director -Financial Insitutions, Central Bank of Ireland and Dr. Tom McCarthy, CEO Irish Management Institute at University College Cork in April 2011.

Images taken at the event L to R: Dr. Tom McCarty, Jonathan McMahon & Prof. Ciaran Murphy (UCC)

FSIC - Finovate Europe 2011 Partner

The FSIC is delighted to announce their exclusive European academic partnership with the Finovate conference series which comes to London on the 1st of February 2011. FinovateEurope is a spin-off of the American Finovate conference series. This epic event is scheduled to showcase the latest suite of cutting-edge financial and banking technology innovations from and for the European market.

Glenbrook are the premier boutique consulting and industry training experts in the Payments domain in North America. The FSIC is pleased to announce that a version of the popular Glenbrook two-day Payments Boot Camp will be offered in Dublin, Ireland on November 17th & 18th, 2010. The workshop will have a particular focus on mobile payments.

The FSIC partnered with the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACCOI) on an event entitled "Update on Regulatory Structures in Financial Services in Ireland".  The speakers at this event which took place in the Aula Maxima in UCC were, Mr. Matthew Elderfield, Head of Financial Regulation, Central Bank of Ireland and Mr. John Murphy, Head of Group Regulatory, Compliance and Operational Risk, Bank of Ireland.

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