IFSC.ie Specialist Features

Can Augmented Reality Augment Workplace Learning?

04/01/2018 - Unless you were hiding happily under a rock the summer of 2016, you can’t have failed to notice the plethora of Pokémon hunters that emerged following the release of Pokémon GO.

6 Common Mistakes When Buying a New Photocopier or Printer

01/12/2017 - Highline Office Technology absolutely believe in the adage, ‘you get what you pay for’. And as with anything in life, it’s always best to discuss purchases with an expert before diving in with the mistaken philosophy of ‘I’ll get the cheapest option’ or ‘sure what do the experts know?’.

PRIIPS: What You Need To Know

14/09/2017 - KIDs must accompany PRIIPs from 1 January 2018 - a deadline which is less than four months away.

Better Learning & Learning Better: Maximizing Workplace Learner Engagement

05/09/2017 - How often do people in your workplace declare they simply didn’t find the time to complete assigned training?

Creating Programs That Work | A Simple Guide to Training Needs Analysis

01/08/2017 - Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the need to identify high-priority training needs for your people while at the same time being conscious that you need training that translates into real-value impact lasting well beyond the training intervention? Getting the right learning to the right people and producing durable results can be a challenge.

Is Brexit Reversible?

01/08/2017 - Before the UK General Election, the country was experiencing a real momentum towards Brexit. Leaving the world's largest trading bloc was seen by most people as inevitable

Why is mobile learning right for Millennials?

01/08/2017 - Millennials have been accused of being lazy, feeling entitled, and lacking commitment. They are said to suffer from a peculiar New Age affliction called “digital dependency,” where periods of time without their smartphone result in increased anxiety and even genuine moments of existential crisis.

Motor Insurers' Bureau of Ireland Successfully Overturns Court of Appeal Decision

01/06/2017 - The Supreme Court announced that the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (“MIBI”) was successful in their appeal

Judgment Day for "Death Bed Marriage" Rules?

04/05/2017 - Last December, four Labour party senators introduced the Pensions (Equal Pension Treatment in Occupational Pension Scheme) (Amendment) Bill 2016 (the "Bill") into the Seanad, as an antidote to the perceived unfair impact of the ruling in Parris v Trinity College Dublin (Case C-443/15) that a death bed marriage rule in an occupational pension scheme was not discriminatory.

An end to mandatory retirement ages?

02/05/2017 - Unlike many other EU jurisdictions, there is no statutory retirement age in the private sector in Ireland, with retirement related issues being regulated instead by employment contracts. Private sector employers in Ireland are permitted to set mandatory retirement ages provided they are objectively and reasonably justified.

Ten myths about Brexit

02/05/2017 - Dr Vincent Power of A&L Goodbody wrote an article in The Times debunking ten myths about Brexit:

Broadcasters Consider Ireland as a Location post-Brexit

27/02/2017 - Licensing authorities in the broadcasting sector across the European Union have reported receiving queries from international broadcasters, based in the UK, who are considering relocating in advance of Brexit.

Central Bank Priorities 2017

12/01/2017 - a) Supervision and Enforcement....The Central Bank’s Strategic Plan 2016-2018 published in 2015 is now well underway.

Central Bank - Increased Workforce

12/01/2017 - In response to the significant increase in the number of authorisation queries from UK based insurers, the Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) has increased its workforce by more than a quarter.

Employer Beware, Ignorance of the Law Excuses Not, Including Delays

20/12/2016 - Section 44(4) of the Workplace Relations Act, 2015 (the "Act") which provides for the appeal of decisions of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) to the Labour Court, was recently considered in the context of a refusal by the Labour Court to hear an appeal due to a missed deadline.

CJEU Rules Dynamic IP Addresses May Constitute Personal Data

16/12/2016 - In a decision that may have far reaching implications for website operators, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that dynamic IP addresses can constitute personal data, even where the individual can only be identified using additional data held by a third party (normally the internet service provider that assigns the IP address).

In Short: Central Bank of Ireland Guidance Note on Cybersecurity Risks

03/11/2016 - The Central Bank has warned that it expects cybersecurity governance, IT security and risk management systems to be top priority items for boards and senior management.

Court of Justice Sets out Conditions for Liability in Hyperlinking to Unauthorised Copyrighted Material

18/10/2016 - In a landmark decision on hyperlinking, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has provided guidance on some features distinguishing legal and illegal hyperlinking in a commercial context.

Five reasons quantum computing is the future for traders

14/10/2016 - Quantum computers are the wave of the future in trading and investment management, and savvy bankers and quantitative hedge fund professionals are already using them to solve some of the hardest problems in financial services.

Potential Impact of Brexit on the Irish Asset Management Industry - Passporting

01/07/2016 - On 23 June 2016 the electorate in the UK voted to exit the European Union (EU).

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