active ETFs, ETFs, Eamon O’Callaghan, Brown Brothers Harriman, BBH, market, share, Ireland, European ETF, European, ETF

Eamon O’Callaghan, of Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), describes how active ETFs are growing their market share – a trend pertinent to Ireland, where two-thirds of European ETF assets are serviced.

year, SDR, settlement, delays, market, fail, automate, Matthew Johnson, DTCC

The factors driving settlement fails, and delays are not surprising, and market actors that fail to automate will cause problems for everyone else, says Matthew Johnson of the Depositary Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC).

jobseekers, optimism, Chris Hanley, Morgan McKinley, Irish funds industry, London, Irish, funds, industry

Chris Hanley of Morgan McKinley highlights current recruitment trends in the Irish funds industry, such as fewer opportunities to work from home and the creation of roles that used to be carried out in London.

Life, concept, inner beings, outer shell is worn out, motivates, every day, extreme, circumstancesThe concept of life has always fascinated me. Why are we here? Where do our inner beings go when the outer shell is worn out? What motivates us to get up every day and keep going, even in the most extreme circumstances? Written by Liz Pfeuti. 

Private, companies, private companies, new era, transparency, ESG right direction, investment, sustainability, Kerry Stares

Private companies face increasing pressure to improve their ESG practices, but many are viewing it as an investment for the future and an opportunity to attract talent and access cheaper, sustainability-linked finance, writes Kerry Stares, partner and director of responsible business at Charles Russell Speechlys.

EU, Ecolabel, financial, market, successful, The Ecolabel for retail financial products would be a key tool for strengthening confidence in sustainable finance, writes Julie Pelcé, managing associate, CMS Luxembourg.

Opinion, Getting away, financial servicesA few years ago, I spoke to a financial services lawyer who said he’d do away with the whole concept of regulation within our sector. We had just marked a decade since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, and a global pandemic was, at best, a footnote on most institutional risk reports. Written by Liz Pfeuti. 

rising, risks, biodiversity, EU, law, landAn incoming EU law banning the sale of products made or based on land that was deforested shows how companies have to accelerate biodiversity policies, says Arne Philipp Klug, biodiversity director at MSCI.


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