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Insurance Market Update Q3 2016

Gavin Hayes / November 14, 2016

From a career and opportunity perspective, the insurance market is in a positive space and will continue on the upward trajectory experienced all through 2016. Insurance Market Overview Q3 Against the backdrop of Brexit, the Irish Insurance industry has come under increased public and media scrutiny. To date, we have seen a positive trend for … Continued

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Funds & Asset Management Market Update Q3 2016

Michael Costello / October 28, 2016

October has certainly been a busy month and Q3 has been 42% up on Q2 in terms of placements. Funds & Asset Management Market Overview Q3 saw an uptick in demand for the traditional mainstay of fund administration – fund accounting. As we alluded to in our previous market update, many Irish based administrators had won … Continued

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Banking and Financial Services Market Update Q3 2016

Eoin Blake / October 27, 2016

People with crica 5 years restructuring/recovery experience are like gold dust at the moment and should take advantage of the situation while they can. Banking and Financial Services Market Overview The third quarter of every year is traditionally quiet to begin with and hectic towards the end of September with holidays taking the sting out … Continued

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Accounting and Finance Industry Market Update Q3 2016

Maria Fogarty / October 25, 2016

Accounting and Finance Industry Market Overview Over the last three months our clients’ requests for qualified accountant CVs remains steady. Week on week our industry client base seeks our assistance on various finance opportunities. A noticeable increase in opportunities with indigenous companies and SME businesses is apparent, while recruitment for finance and accounting staff also … Continued

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Accounting Practice Market Update Q3 2016

Adam Ryan / October 25, 2016

We are happy to report that almost all of the clients we are speaking with have seen growth in their business, we’re also pleased to see that a career in accountancy practice remains very attractive for (Irish) graduates.   Accounting Practice Market Overview Whilst recent post-Brexit skittishness may have taken some of ‘the shine’ off … Continued

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Insurance Market Update Q2 2016

Gavin Hayes / July 12, 2016

General Observations The Insurance Market as a whole has experienced a heightened degree of scrutiny in recent times due to spiralling premiums. Trading conditions in the Irish market remain difficult for the foreseeable future. Premiums continue to increase for Motor and Business which has led to a national debate and forced the government to take action. … Continued

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Information Technology Market Update Q2 2016

John Howe / July 12, 2016

  General Observations In our last market update in January we spoke about the technology market in Ireland seeing a steadily growing increase in the need for IT talent. Now that we are half way through the year, that trend hasn’t waned and, in fact, the need for IT staff has only intensified. For many … Continued

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Accounting and Finance Market Update Q2 2016

Maria Fogarty / July 12, 2016

Overall the first half of 2016 has seen a consistent and steady flow of opportunities across accountancy and finance, covering both part and newly qualified accountants, through to senior finance positions requiring planning and management experience.   Industry Lincoln’s industry client base covers a wide range of sectors including; Technology & Software, Energy & Environment, … Continued

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Human Resources Market Update Q2 2016

admin / July 12, 2016

In general, the Human Resources Market in the first six months of 2016 has been consistent with predictions made at the beginning of the year. The onset of Brexit has made it more challenging to forecast hiring trends for the remainder of the year, however, we are expecting continued requirements for experienced HR professionals in … Continued

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