In this episode of the KBC Bank Ireland investment podcast, Sunday Business Post business reporter Killian Woods is joined by Dara O'Brien and Pat Naughton from KBC Asset Management to discuss how investments can help prevent you from saving yourself poorer.
In this month's episode of the KBC Bank Ireland investment podcast, Sunday Business Post business reporter Killian Woods is joined by Dara O'Brien and Pat Naughton from KBC Asset Management to discuss how investments can help prevent you from saving yourself poorer.
Colm Warner of CWSI & Colm Healy of Corrata discuss why mobile phones are the new target for cyber-criminals, how attacks happen, how the ubiquity and dependency we have on our devices has put business data at risk and what can be done about it.
In this month's episode the KBC Bank Ireland investment podcast, Sunday Business Post business reporter Killian Woods chats to Dara O'Brien from KBC Asset Management about the origins of Socially Responsible Investing and why it's so important to millennials.
In the latest episode of the KBC Bank investment podcast, Sunday Business Post Markets Editor Ian Guider and KBC's Daire O'Brien and Niall Tobin talk about the return of volatility, Brexit, trade wars, European elections and what you should do to maximise your returns.
Hosted by Colette Sexton, Media Matters talks to industry experts on the issues that really matter on the first Wednesday of every month. This month's podcast features former Irish Times economic editor Jane Suiter, who is now director of the Institute for Future Media and Journalism at Dublin City University. Despite the struggles facing traditional media outlets, she believes there are still careers for journalism students, but in a wider range of organisations, including technology...
n a special edition of the Post Podcast, Sunday Business Post editor Emmet Oliver talks to Susan O’Keeffe, who was in the House of Commons for this week’s tumultuous debate and vote on Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal deal. She describes the “febrile” atmosphere inside and outside the chamber as the tension built up ahead of the vote, and looks at the prospects of a solution emerging from the talks between May and other party leaders and MPs.
This month’s podcast features Dr Martina Byrne, chief executive of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland (PRII), who talks about how the public relations industry is changing, due to changing demand from clients and the fragmentation of the media industry. She speaks about some of the challenges facing PRII members, including staff retention and recruitment. She also discusses the lobbying register, saying that PR professionals are adhering to the legislation more than other relevant...
In this month's episode the KBC Bank Ireland investment podcast, Sunday Business Post Markets Editor Ian Guider chats to Jurgen Vandenbroucke and Dara O'Brien from KBC Asset Management about the increasingly important role behavioural finance plays in investing.
Hosted by Colette Sexton, Media Matters talks to industry experts on the issues that really matter on the first Wednesday of every month. This month’s podcast features Alan Cox, chief executive of Ireland’s largest marketing communications company, Core. The company, formerly Core Media, was rebranded and restructured this year. Cox talks about the further detrimental effect he believes a hard Brexit will have on the marketing industry, having already caused a 4 per cent drop. He also talks...
Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones is joined by Health Editor Susan Mitchell to discuss the fall-out from her Sunday Business Post interview with former HSE chief Tony O’Brien last weekend. She talks about the focus on O’Brien’s comments about Health Minister Simon Harris, and the lack of reaction to the substance of his criticisms of health policy. Political Correspondent Hugh O’Connell and News Correspondent Colette Sexton discuss MEP Brian Hayes’s decision to quit politics and the...
The departure of AIB chief executive Bernard Byrne for greener pastures at Davy Stockbrokers has re-ignited debate over the government's pay cap on bankers. Jack Horgan-Jones and Ian Guider discuss the politics and probability of the government repealing the recession-era cap, and whether the state can achieve its aims for the bailed out banking sector so long as it remains in place. Also, as a new threat to Ireland's corporate tax base looms into view, we thrash out what the new British...
In this week’s Post Podcast, Sunday Business Post Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones and Political Correspondent Hugh O’Connell join Ian Guider to discuss the resignation of Denis Naughten, the controversy surrounding the National Broadband Plan and David McCourt, the man behind the only group left bidding for the contract.
Sunday Business Post Markets Editor Ian Guider is joined by Political Editor Michael Brennan and Political Correspondent Hugh O’Connell to go through the details of Budget 2019 – and to assess the political fall-out. Are we heading for an election in the next couple of months?
With Budget 2019 less than a week away, Public Affairs editor Mary Regan and Political Correspondent Hugh O'Connell anticipate what we might see in the last budget of the current confidence and supply agreement.
Hosted by Colette Sexton, Media Matters talks to industry experts on the issues that really matter on the first Wednesday of every month. This month’s podcast features Aoife Clarke, head of communications at Lidl Ireland and Northern Ireland. She talks about joining the discount retailer as the recession hit in 2008, and how the company has developed its communications strategy and changed its image in the past ten years.
The nominations have closed. The posters are going up. And the debates are about to begin. In this special edition of the Post Podcast, political editor Michael Brennan and political correspondent Hugh O'Connell look at the six candidates hoping to achieve victory in the Presidential election on October 26.
In the latest episode of the KBC Bank investment podcast Ian Guider is joined by Niall Tobin of KBC Fund Management and Hugh O’Rourke Manager for KBC Asset Management, Ireland Branch, to look at the world of investing in funds.