Dublin
Promontory Financial Group Ireland Limited
11 Lower Hatch Street
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Opened in 2014, Promontory Europe’s Dublin office serves clients in Ireland and expands Promontory’s practices across Europe and the European Union. Located in Ireland’s financial hub, the Dublin office assists financial and state-owned institutions in understanding and complying with evolving European and global regulatory regimes.

Conor Molloy is the director in the Dublin office. He brings more than 25 years of experience in financial services, both in Ireland and the U.K. Previously, he was a senior banking and insurance adviser at Alvarez & Marsal Europe, with a focus on and expertise in stress tests for financial companies. Tim O’Connor serves as a senior adviser to the Dublin office, drawing on his decades as a public servant — most recently as chief of staff to the president of Ireland — to provide high-level insights into the Irish market.

Promontory’s Ireland office has a focus on stress tests for European banks, but also offers support on the full range of complex regulatory and risk management matters in which Promontory Europe specializes:

  • Integrating stress tests into broader risk management as part of risk-based decision-making and planning
  • Evaluating asset-quality reviews and assessing market risks, including reviewing credit portfolios and valuation techniques
  • Preparing for European Central Bank oversight under the Single Supervisory Mechanism
  • Developing corporate-governance frameworks and risk management functions to oversee compliance, legal, and audit-related risks 
  • Assessing and developing effective compliance frameworks and functions and supporting their implementation
  • Preparing for the Central Bank of Ireland’s enforcement priorities and thematic reviews of consumer protection, markets conduct, and anti-money-laundering compliance
  • Supporting regulatory relations and providing guidance on enforcement issues, evolving supervisory expectations, and changes to financial-sector regulations and policy
  • Developing sound corporate-governance practices through external assessments using regulatory and supervisory perspectives, best-practices benchmarking, and integration of risk-culture tools like governance structures, stress tests, remuneration, and capital adequacy
  • Advising on methodology for managing all types of risks, developing risk models, and validating risk parameters
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