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Matheson is Proud Sponsor of Irish Funds Annual Conference 2016

AUTHOR(S): Anne-Marie Bohan
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Asset Management and Investment Funds, FinTech
DATE: 23.06.2016

Minister for Finance, Mr Michael Noonan TD Addresses the Irish Funds Annual Conference 2016

Matheson is once again a key sponsor at the Irish Funds Annual Conference 2016 taking place on Thursday, 23 June at the InterContinental hotel, Dublin. This year’s conference will focus on the future of the investment funds industry in Ireland and around the world with a key note address from Minister for Finance, Mr Michael Noonan TD.

The conference attracts a wide range of participants from across the international investment funds community and brings together prominent industry speakers. Matheson’s Anne-Marie Bohan, Partner in the Asset Management and Investments Funds group is part of the Fintech panel, which will discuss the growing significance of FinTech in the funds industry and why Ireland is and must remain the leader in global FinTech development. It will focus on innovation and how FinTech influences our daily lives, impacts businesses and is likely to advance existing operating models in the funds industry.

Other panel discussions include European Regulation and a CEO panel discussion on The Future of Investment Management.

Matheson is the number one ranked funds practice in Ireland, acting for 28% of Irish domiciled investment funds by assets under management as at 30 June 2015. The dedicated team comprises over 50 fund professionals in total, led by 11 partners.


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