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Financial Services – Funds & Investment Management Salary Guide 2017

Welcome to The Panel’s Financial Services – Funds & Investment Management Salary Guide 2017. 

This easy to view guide includes a Funds & Investment Management Executive Summary and contains a range of comprehensive sector and market overviews and covers a range of professional positions.

Click HERE to download your free copy. 

We hope this proves useful and would welcome any comments or feedback. If you are finding any roles difficult to fill we’d be delighted to assist you.

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The Panel attends the basis.point Spring Corporate Charity Lunch

As patrons of basis.point, we were delighted to attend the 3rd annual basis.point Spring Corporate Charity Lunch at the Fire Restaurant on Friday 3rd March.

With over two hundred investment fund industry professionals attending the event it was a huge success and gave everyone the opportunity to find out more about the diligent work carried out by the charity.

MC of the day was Lorraine Rooney (Director, Carne Group) and keynote speaker was Eimear Cowhey (Independent Director and Chairperson of Basispoint).  She spoke of the difference that the basis.point grants have made to ELI, Archways and SUAS programmes.

Congratulations to everyone involved in putting on this highly enjoyable event.

To find out more about basis.point click HERE.

Present from The Panel was Anne Keys (Managing Partner), Liam Murphy (Recruitment Manager), Shauna Fox (Recruitment Consultant), Grace Leonard (Recruitment Consultant) and Kevin Adam (Recruitment Consultant).

** All images comes courtesy of basis.point **

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PRMIA event – 11th April – Political Developments with Extreme Economic Risks

As the Deputy Regional Director of the PRMIA Committee for Ireland Alan Bluett would like to invite you to the first PRMIA Ireland talk for 2017 on Tuesday, 11th April @ 6pm.

“Political Developments with Extreme Economic Risks”

SPEAKER:
 
Our guest speaker Jim Power will lead an honest and frank discussion around Political Developments with Extreme Economic Risks.

To register please click HERE

About Jim Power 

Jim Power is a graduate of University College, Dublin with a BA in Economics & Politics, and a Master of Economic Science Degree.  During a career within the financial services industry, he has worked as Treasury Economist at AIB Group and Chief Economist at Bank of Ireland Group Treasury and Friends First Group. In October 2000 he testified before a UK House of Lords Committee on Economic & Monetary Affairs on Ireland’s experience in EMU. He argued with prescience that the Irish political elite would not be capable of managing a small open economy in a monetary union and suggested that Britain would be ill-advised to join the Single Currency. He has taught Financial Management to under-graduates in Dublin City University; Economics on the Local Government MBA at Dublin City University and Business Economics on the Executive MBA and the Full Time MBA at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin. In September 2014, he will teach Business Economics on the Full Time MSc Management at the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, University College Dublin.

He writes regular columns in both The Examiner and The Sunday Business Post online edition and contributes to numerous other newspapers and magazines on an occasional basis. He is also a frequent contributor to radio and TV on a variety of different shows. He is a board member of Agri-Aware, the food awareness body and is Chairperson of Love Irish Food. He is editor of Friends First regular ‘Economic Outlook’, which has become established as one of Ireland’s leading commentaries on the Irish economy. His first book ‘Picking up the Pieces’ was published by Blackhall Publishing in November 2009. 
 
To register please click HERE
 
***This is a free event made possible thanks to our proud sponsors Deloitte. Places are limited, so please book early.***

AGENDA:
6:00 PM Registration
6:15 PM Presentation (Q & A and Networking to follow)
8:15 PM Close

Venue: Deloitte, Earlsfort Terrace, D2
 
To register please click HERE.

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IT & Business Change Salary Guide – 2017

Welcome to The Panel’s IT & Business Change Salary Guide 2017. This easy to view guide examines permanent and contract salary trends for IT and Business Change in 2017, contains a range of comprehensive sector and market overviews and covers a range of professional positions.

Click HERE to download your free copy. 

We hope this proves useful and would welcome any comments or feedback. If you are finding any roles difficult to fill we’d be delighted to assist you.

 

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The Panel attends the Talent Summit Dublin 2017

As a part of the annual National Employment Week, The Talent Summit this year took place in the Convention Centre Dublin on Wednesday 1st March. The event is one of Ireland’s and Europe’s largest HR & Leadership Conferences.

The theme this year was “Driving Competitive Advantage through People” and presented over 30 international and national speakers.

The day offered some excellent insights and inspiration. The headline speaker was New York Times bestseller and author, Daniel Pink. He spoke on the topic of “Leadership and the New Principles of Influence”.

Topics included:

  • Reimagining Leadership – Cultivating the Leaders of Tomorrow
  • Total Talent Acquisition – Recruiting for the New World of Work
  • Talent as the Currency – New Rules for a New World
  • Inclusive Talent Management – The Secret to Outperformance
  • Optimizing Performance Through People
  • Crafting Culture – The Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Representing The Panel at the event was Paul McArdle (Managing Partner), Sarah Kelly (Partner, Legal & HR) and Andrew Ganly (Associate Director).

Keynote speaker Lieutenant Commander Darragh Kirwan, LÉ Samuel Beckett
Johnny Campbell, CEO, Social Talent
Panel: Michelle Fogarty (Peptalk & Johnson Controls), Jonathan Campbell (Social Talent), Alison Hodgson (McDonald’s), Jeni Brown (Openet) and moderator Frank Farrelly.
Keynote speaker Sinead Kane, first Visually Impaired Person to complete World Marathon Challenge.
Panel; Sinead Kane, Áine Duggan (GLEN), Marie O’Connor (30% Club Ireland), Olivia McEvoy (EY) and moderator Marina Morrissey.
Keynote speaker Shane McCauley, Director, People Systems and Analytics, Twitter.
Keynote: Daniel Pink – “Leadership and the New Principles of Influence”

 

 

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The Chartered Accountants Ireland FAE Careers Evening 2017

On Thursday 23rd February The Panel was delighted to participate at the annual FAE Careers Evening at the Chartered Accountants House, Dublin 2.

The evening featured speakers across practice and business and allowed attendees to speak with participating agencies about the different options that are available to them post training contract.

Speakers at the event included:

  • Michael Walls, ACA – Finance Director, UrbanVolt
  • Ruth Byrne, FCA – Partner, Bluett Conran
  • Sean O’Reilly, ACA – Lecturer, DIT

Many thanks to all who visited our stand on the night and spoke to our Accountancy team; Richie Goggin, Louise O’Leary and Anastasia Myachina.

During the event we offered a prize draw and are now delighted to announce that the winners of the two €200 One4All vouchers are David Lowry and Ian Garrigan. Congratulations to both!

If you did not attend the event but would like a copy of our Guide for Newly Qualified Accountants please contact Louise on [email protected]

For more information on vacancies within industry, aircraft leasing, financial services and overseas contact us or visit our website www.thepanel.com

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Summary of the Executive Market – Funds & Investment Management 2017

We are delighted to present our Summary of the Executive Market – Funds & Investment Management, 2017.

For your free download, click HERE or on the image below.