Fintel Publications is a publishing company founded in 1987, which since that time has pursued the aim of providing insights into the advancement of finance. Fintel's aim from the outset has been the dissemination and promotion of financial knowledge through free and open discourse, scientific inquiry, and research. Our geographical focus is both global and national, our historic association has been Ireland (both jurisdictions), and also the EU, The North Atlantic Partnership, and the world, notably through our Global Financial Centres (GFC) Conferences, and our publication Aviation Finance, which serves what possibly is the most global of industries, aviation.
Since our establishment in 1987 we have pursued our objectives with a belief in the efficacy of the provision of financial services as a service, competitively remunerated, in a market that is regulated in accordance with an understanding of the public interest in sound money, credit, and credit institutions, as well as competitive provision of finance and financial services.
Our focus is the provision of financial services cheaply and competitively delivered and with integrity, as a cornerstone of economic progress and to the benefit of all whose lives are touched by it.
Our Research Department
While we are committed in our publications to fair and balanced discourse in ideas we seek to publish objective research and information that enlightens readers, noting Francis Bacon's observation that "It cannot be that axioms established by argumentation can suffice for the discovery of new works, for the subtilty of nature exceedeth many times over the subtilty of argument" ( Francis Bacon, Novum Organon).
Our Advertising Department
Our mission in advertising is to deliver information to readers from advertisers that helps their search for better value, recognising that every transaction, whether social or commercial, involves search costs. The monetary price of a good usually isn’t a measure of how much a customer has spent on it, nor does it accurately reflect what the producer received. The customer pays the monetary cost plus search costs, which can take the form of consumer research, product assessment and social validation. Sometimes these costs are monetary, but more often they involve time, effort and anxiety, and is is this which ultimately we seek to help resolve through our advertising and sponsorship services.
Fintel is a forum for the development, exchange and dissemination of original research, ideas and opinions on finance, financial services, and economics. It provides an open and balanced forum for the expression of differing viewpoints and perspectives. It is multi media, operating through various publishing platforms including print, visual and online media, and events, for example international finance conferences, covering topics such as international financial services centres , aircraft leasing, pan European pensions, securitisation, covered bonds, corporate banking and treasury, financial shared services and outsourcing, fund administration and custody, and other topics.
It publishes Aviation Finance, the fortnightly review of global aircraft financing. (aviationfinance.aero), and the leading Irish financial services periodical, Finance Dublin (FinanceDublin.com).
It is the leading financial services publisher in Ireland, and its publications have been central to the emergence of the jurisdiction as an international financial centre. Its conferences have featured some of the most important figures in financial services, taxation and regulation. Its awards are recognised as amongst the most prestigious, for example its annual Deals of the Year Awards.
Fintel Limited is an independent publishing company, incorporated in the Republic of Ireland.
Publisher & CEO: Ken O'Brien
Managing Editor: Kennedy O'Brien
Editorial Research: Dustin O'Neill
Web Editor: Mark McKillen
Publishing Executives: Martina Bermingham and Valerie Hannigan
Contributing Editors: Keith Boyfield, Joe Gill
Fintel Limited, Fintel House, 6 The Mall, Beacon Court, Dublin 18, Ireland.
Registered no 169700 Ireland. Telephone: 353 (1) 293 0566 Fax: 353 1 293 0560
In publishing content relating to quoted securities, Fintel and its employees subscribe to a voluntary code of conduct which includes recognition of the principles relating to publications and publishing organisations in the European Union's MIFID ('The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive' - 2004/39/EC).
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