The Irish Securities and Markets Authority has released its 2017 ranking of the biggest companies in Ireland.
The list was compiled by a team of academics and financial advisers.
Among the key findings are that HSE, IBRC and State-owned Anglo Irish Bank (AIB) are the best-known and most well-known companies in the country.
However, there are other firms worth keeping an eye on as well.
Here are some of the more interesting findings.
The Irish Securities Authority’s ranking of Ireland’s biggest companies based on the size of their revenues and profitsSource: The Irish Presidency of the European Union, European Commission, European Central Bank, National Statistical Office, Irish Securities (A.B.O.) and Irish Central BankSource: Irish Presidency (AIC)The Irish Presidency’s list of the world’s most valuable companiesSource: EurostatSource: National Statistical Institute (NSI)The National Statistical Institution (NSIs) recently published its latest list of global companies.
The report is a reflection of the latest economic data, as well as other factors such as market share and valuation.
The NSIs data, released in December 2017, shows that the world has witnessed a dramatic change in the nature of global business since its inception in 1948.
In particular, the global financial crisis has caused many companies to relocate or close their doors.
However the report also highlights some of Ireland´s most significant international companies that have continued to operate in the world.
In addition to the top five, the NSIs list of Irish companies, published in June 2017, also includes seven European countries: Belgium, Austria, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland and Italy.
The US was the only country to not make the list.
However, not all of the top 10 Irish companies are from Ireland.
Five companies that make up the top half of the list are based in the US and the UK, while the remaining four are from countries such as Brazil, India and China.
Here is the full list of companies in this year’s Irish Presidency list:AIC, which manages €1.3 trillion in assets, has the world´s largest public sector pension fund.
AIC has been in operation for nearly 50 years and has a €2.1 trillion market capitalisation, with an annual return of 7.7%Source: AICThe world´ s largest bank has been Ireland´ s second-largest bank, and its assets total €2 trillion.
It has been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Government since January 2016 and has about €1 trillion in market capitalizationSource: Bank of IrelandThe Irish government has been actively managing Ireland´ fintech sector since 2015, and has been successful in many areas, including: offering access to the capital markets, investing in innovative start-ups, and attracting new investors to the sector.
The country also has one of the largest digital services markets in the developed world, with over €20 billion of digital revenues and investments. A record €1 billion in payments from digital businesses in 2016 were generated through its online banking and credit card network.
Source: FinTechIreland, an internet start-up, is valued at over €4 billion and employs more than 700 people in its Dublin offices.
It was founded in 2015 and has over €1 million in assets.
Source, the first and only online payment processor in the UK for payment in digital currencies, has grown to be the largest provider of financial services in the Irish market.
The company recently acquired a stake in the global Bitcoin exchange BitGo for $15 million, and is looking to expand further.
The Dublin-based start- up, which has been operating since 2014, has recently expanded into the US, China, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand.
Source and a number of the company’s products, such as a payment gateway and a payment processor, are available to customers worldwide.
Source also provides financial and consumer products to governments in the region.
It is the first Irish company to receive funding from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority and is valued by its founders at more than €4 million.
Source is the largest payment gateway in the Caribbean, with about €5 billion in revenues, which is the equivalent of one of Spain´ top five companies.
It launched in October 2017 and is now the second-most-visited payment gateway on the island.
Source recently announced it was moving to a new business model that is more efficient and cost-effective.
The company is now a financial services provider in the Philippines.
Source announced a new investment in a start–up in Japan that is building the first ever automated and transparent digital payments system in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Japanese company, Digital World, has already signed a €10 million funding round, and will continue to invest in expanding its technology, as it expands to other markets in Asia-Europe and North America.
Source has been the Irish state-owned bank since 2014.
The bank has approximately €6 billion in assets and has more than 100