ISE places #2 at Great Place to Work Awards 2017

The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has been named the #2 Best Medium Workplace in Ireland at the Great Place to Work Awards 2017.

This is the third successive year that the ISE has been ranked as one of the top ten Best Medium Workplaces (for organisations with between 100 and 300 employees) in Ireland. It was also ranked the 14th Best Workplace in Europe in the small to medium category (50-500 employees) and the highest financial services workplace in Europe in 2016.

Deirdre Somers, the ISE’s CEO, said “I am delighted that the Irish Stock Exchange has once again been recognised as a great place to work. We are lucky to have a fantastic, highly professional workforce that has created the positive working culture that we are so proud of within our organisation.

She added “as a business, the ISE is ranked #1 for investment fund issuers and #2 for listing bonds worldwide, with listings from more than 85 countries around the globe. 2016 was also a positive year for our equity markets with trading activity reaching record levels for the fifth consecutive year.

Our team is central to the success of our company and we anticipate that our business will continue to expand in 2017. We look forward to commencing work on our new landmark headquarters which will allow us to facilitate this growth.“

About Great Place to Work

Great Place to Work is the global standard for defining great workplaces for business, academia, the non-profit sector and government. It is the world’s largest and most respected study of workplace excellence, management and the role of trust in workplace culture.

Great Place to Work’s annual research is based on data representing more than 10 million employees in 50 countries representing about 6,000 organisations of varying sizes, industries, maturity and structures.

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Ailish Byrne, Head of Public Affairs and Communications at the Irish Stock Exchange, Dublin

Ailish Byrne

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