On 8th April 2014 Ursula delivered a lecture on “Fiscal environment and taxes in Ireland” at a networking event organized by the Economic and Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy in conjunction with the Ireland Spain Economic Association (ISEA) and the Asociacion Espanola de la Economia Digital (adigital).
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On 9th March 2014 Ursula Tipp and the other guests:
Helen Conway Mouret (Minister Delegate for French Nationals Abroad)
Peter Murtagh (Reporter with the Irish Times)
Colm O’Gorman and (Executive Director of Amnesty International)
Ben Tonra (Professor of European Foreign security & defence Policy at UCD)
discussed the issues of the week and various newspaper reviews.
On the Late Debate with Brian Dowling on the 22nd of January 2014, Ursula and other guests discussed the topics of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. Please see below the link to the show. Ursula starts talking at 00:33:52
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On 9th January 2014, Ursula was elected as President of the Ireland Spain Economic Association (ISEA).
ISEA is a bilateral organisation, established in 1989. The object of the Association is to promote excellent bilateral business relations between Ireland and Spain. To achieve this, ISEA has developed, over the years, a network of business contacts, providing reciprocal opportunities to enhance mutually rewarding relationships.
The Association established a counterpart association in Madrid under the patronage of Ireland’s Ambassador to Spain.
On the 29th December 2013 on the Marian Finucane Show, Ursula and the other members of the panel,
- John Downing – Irish Independent Columnist & former deputy govt press advisor,
- Declan Power Security Analyst,
- Mark Hennessy – London Editor, Irish Times and
- David Brophy – Principal Conductor RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
reviewed the year 2013.
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On 14th November 2013, Ursula appeared as a guest on the Vincent Browne Show. The topic of the show was “Ending the bail-out”. Ursula and the other guests, Pearse Doherty, Kieran O’Donnell and Michelle Murphy discussed the government’s decision to exit the European Union-International Monetary Fund bailout without a precautionary credit line.
See link to a previous appearance, debating the Anglo Tapes and German and International relations:
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