From 1985, Irish Banking Review, talking about how stockbroking was changing and that now stockbrokers are not just agents but position takers in financial markets. Five years later, and three years after the establishment of the IFSC, Dermot Desmond was boasting to Finance Magazine that his firm, NCB Stockbrokers, was a de facto investment bank.
Thanks to everyone who attended, and to Sinead Pembroke, Ethel Buckley and to Vincent Browne for officially launching the book.
[Photo by Donal Higgins.]
don’t be put off by the stuffy academic title - John Barry is a wonderfully engaging and entertaining speaker. Should be a good talk.
Saw this at my bus stop this morning. The ad from 2006 for 100% mortgages is below…
TV3 and Paul Connolly in all their shining glory. From yesterday’s Live @5:30