Financial Services Accounting


Ireland’s Top 10 Finance Tweeters You Should Be Following

Orla Doyle / February 22, 2016

Twitter has evolved into a platform for serious finance gurus and contains a mass of information that is useful to business and finance communities —alongside an awful lot of trivia that isn’t. Beyond the jabberings of the small-time players, Lincoln Recruitment has selected the list of the top 10 Irish finance people to follow on Twitter. These … Continued

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Accounting in Financial Services Salary Survey & Employment Overview 2016

admin / January 27, 2016

2015 was a busy year for Lincoln Recruitment with good news stories almost right across the Financial Services sector reflecting the overall improvement in the economy. On a cheery note this year has seen the Domestic Pillar Banks all report a return towards profit (with some already back in profit) and a change in attitude from restructuring and cost cutting, to growth and … Continued

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Ireland Salary & Employment Insights Survey 2016

admin / January 15, 2016

We at Lincoln Recruitment Specialists are delighted to present our Ireland Salary & Employment Insights Survey 2016. Through researching market trends, conducting interviews with business owners, tapping in to the knowledge of our experienced consultants and conducting an in-depth salary review we have developed this comprehensive guide which identifies the key recruitment trends for Ireland in 2016. … Continued

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10 Reasons why should you complete the QFA exams

Cliona Lyons / July 21, 2015

In today’s Financial Services market, the Qualified Financial Advisor Qualification (QFA) is becoming more and more significant for those wishing to pursue or build their careers in Banking and Financial Services. It has grown even more important as the levels of regulations in the global industry continue to increase year over year.  I completed the QFA exams in 2010 which gave me a strong … Continued

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