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Our members are actively involved in every area of financial services. Financial Services Ireland (FSI) works with government, EU institutions and key industry stakeholders to ensure Ireland remains a competitive ecosystem that allows organisations to achieve success for their customers and clients.

FSI also operates two initiatives tasked with promoting skills development in the financial services sector, the IFS Apprenticeships and Skillnet programmes.

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FSI / Publications

FSI strategy published in May 2019 - Ireland: Financial services powerhouse for now and the future objective is that Ireland will be a top 20 global financial centre by 2025. 

View FSI strategy

Network & Learn / Our industry-led training

IFS Skillnet supports the sector in maintaining Ireland’s position as a top international financial services centre, through ongoing investment in the development of the skills and expertise of this workforce. The network can benefit your business with improved training performance at higher quality and lower cost, up to 30% off training and 80% off course development. IFS Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies.

To keep informed of upcoming events and courses visit https://www.ifsskillnet.ie  

IFS Apprenticeships is a two year, nationally accredited work-based programme that gives employers the opportunities to gain access to a new national talent pool and to upskill and reskill existing employees to improve retention and diversity in your organisation.

For more information visit www.ifsapprenticeships.ie

Contact us

Financial Services Ireland, led by Paul Sweetman, represents and supports a broad and diverse mix of members from the financial services sector. FSI is the primary lobbying and advocacy group for the sector. The team also keeps members informed on policy through in-house briefings, provides industry updates, research and regularly runs member networking forums and industry led training for the sector.


For any queries, please contact on 01 605 1500.