Aidan Brady, chief executive of  Citigroup Europe ,  said 35,698 people were employed in the IFSC at the end of 2012.  Ireland should be looking to increase this to at least 50,000 in the coming years but  the number could double if the right focus and resources were applied to the task. Photograph: David Sleator

Employment at the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) could double to about 70,000 in the coming years by aggressively targeting new areas (...)

An internal paper produced last year by the chief risk officer in the Department of Finance, Neil Ryan, called for a radical rethink in response to the changes that have taken place in financial services since 2008.

The future of the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) is a matter of considerable concern. With about 33,000 people employed across 500 bus(...)

A core element of the Government job strategy is its commitment to create 10,000 jobs in the IFSC by 2016.

The State’s top civil servant has told the group that oversees the development of the Irish Financial Services Centre that its structures and workings(...)

It started in the 1980s as an idea promoted by financier Dermot Desmond and came to life through tax breaks and legislation enacted by former taoiseac(...)