With over 30 years’ experience, Mazars is one of the fastest growing professional services firms in Ireland. Services include audit and assurance, tax, consulting, insolvency, corporate finance and financial outsourcing. With over 300 staff based in Dublin and Galway, Mazars Ireland is part an integrated partnership with over 15,500 professionals in 74 countries.
Mazars has a broad client base spanning the corporate, governmental and institutional sectors along with owner-managed businesses and private wealth.
A young, growth oriented and ambitious firm, Mazars gives employees the opportunity to work across a wide variety of markets and sectors. With such a myriad of clients and services, TEF is honoured to be able to collaborate with Mazars for the 2016 forum.
Mazars is without doubt the perfect partner for the TEF. It will bring to the forum insights gained from being at the heart of business and economic activity across the whole economy. Mazars is now more than ever a supporter for new and innovative initiatives amongst third-level students of which the TEF is a shining example.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) provides a range of asset and liability management services to Government. These services include borrowing on behalf of the Government and management of numerous government agencies. It also provides business and support services to NAMA and Irish banks.
The NTMA like TEF recognises the need to inspire the upcoming generation about the importance of economic awareness. TEF is privileged to have the support of the leading economic and strategic minds in the country to assist the students of today for the economic and business world of tomorrow.
Nevin Economic Research Institute
The Nevin Economic Research Institute, with offices in Dublin and Belfast, is a research organisation which, at its core, has a vision of the achievement of a better, fairer society. It aims, through the provision of world-class research and analysis, to contribute towards the construction of alternative perspectives and possibilities that will lead to the creation of an economy that works for society.
Trinity Department of Economics
The economics department has a strong research record, with a particular emphasis on applied economics. Its main research strengths include international macroeconomics and various areas in applied microeconomics (including international development, energy economics, urban economics, cultural economics, industrial economics). Economics was first taught in Trinity College in 1832 when Mountifort Longfield was appointed to the newly established Chair of Political Economy, a chair endowed by the then Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin, Dr. Richard Whately.
The Department of Economics shares TEF’S ambition to promote a more open and honest debate among Irish undergrads about important policy issues. We want TEF to drive change, inspiring students apply entrepreneurial flair to economic thinking and offer decisive, forward thinking leadership for economic policy.
Trinity Business School
Trinity College Dublin has a robust reputation as a leading international university which extends over four centuries. Trinity Business School was founded in 1925 and has had an innovative role in management education and research which both serve and influence industry. Over the years, our School has played a pioneering role in bringing the MBA to Europe and has created one of Europe’s most sought after undergraduate business degree programmes. We have a series of top ranked MSc programmes and our innovative new undergraduate business degree (Bachelor of Business Studies, BBS) will take in its first students in 2016/17. We also have a vibrant PhD programme with successful graduates working across the globe and generating impact through their research.
Our approach to education is unique, high quality and something we are constantly improving. We our driven by a desire to deliver five key objectives which are based on our passion for being part of a business school of consequence:
Trinity Alumni Association and Trust
The TCD Association & Trust provides grant support for a wide variety of College projects where funding is not available from mainstream resources. Its committee, with administrative support from Trinity Development and Alumni, is made up of Trinity graduates who operate on a volunteer basis.
We are proud to be partnering with the following societies to bring together students from across the country to engage in economic debate and policy discussions:
UCC Economics Society
UCD Economic society
DCU Accounting and Finance Society
Maynooth University Finomics Society
Queens University Economic society