Speeches and Statements by the Minister for Finance
Taoiseach, Tánaiste, Ladies and GentlemenIntroduction. I am very pleased, as Minister for Finance, to launch the National Development Plan 2007-2013. This Plan is a fully costed 7 year blueprint to transform Ireland and create a better quality of life for all.
Launch of NDP 2007-2013. Presentation by Mr.Brian Cowen,T.D, Minister for Finance, January 2007.
Speech by Brian Cowen, TD, Minister for Finance, at the launch of “A Guide to the Midland Region”, for the Midland Regional Authority, Radisson Hotel, Athlone,Friday, 26 January 2007, 2 pm. Ladies and Gentlemen,I would like to give a special welcome to this excellent publication, “A Guide to the Midland Region”.
Speech By Minister for Finance, Seanad Éireann, Wednesday 7th February 2007. National Development Plan (2007-2013)
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Cowen, T.D. at the launch of the Social Finance Foundation.Alexander Hotel, Thursday 8 February 2007
2nd All-Island Infrastructure Investment Conference 14th February 2007 Speech by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Cowen TD.
Address by Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen T.D., at the ACCA Ireland President's Dinner,16th February 2007.
Address by Brian Cowen, T.D., Minister for Financeat the Irish Association of Pension Funds Annual Dinner 22 February 2007
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Cowen T.D.to the Irish Taxation Institute, Friday 23 February 2007.
Business Breakfast SDLP – Derry, 28th February 2007. Speech by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Cowen TD
Speech by Mr. Brian Cowen TD, Minister for Finance at launch of Capital Securities Midlands Gateway Economic Index,2nd March, 2007
Speech by the Minister for Finance to the Annual Dinner of the Construction Industry Federation (Midlands Region) 2 March,2007.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for your invitation to speak here today. I am honoured to have the opportunity to share some perspectives with you on the recent performance of the Irish economy and to outline some of the key factors which have underpinned its success.
The Minister for Finance Brian Cowen, TD stated: “While the parties are beginning to set out their stalls and exhibit their wares, as Minister for Finance, my first responsibility is to secure the gains already made.
I am delighted to have been invited here today by your CEO Liam O'Dwyer on behalf of your President, Anne O'Byrne and Board of the Irish League of Credit Unions to launch your Annual Report for 2006.
Address by Brian Cowen T.D.,Minister for Finance to the Federation of International Banks in Ireland, 24th April 2007.
I move that this Bill be read a second time.I am glad to introduce this, my fourth, Finance Bill to the House.
Finance (No 2) Bill 2007. Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, T.D.Second Stage Speech – Seanad Eireann 3 July 2007
Check against deliverySeanad ÉireannEthics in Public Office (Amendment) Bill 2007Second Stage3 July 2007Speech by Mr. Brian Cowen T.D., Minister for Finance1. IntroductionI move that the Bill be read a second time.As Senators will be aware, there is already a substantial body of legislation in place to regulate the ethical standards of people in public office. This includes the Ethics in Public Office Act
Address by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen T.D., at the MacGill Summer School, Monday 16th July 2007
Address by the Tánaiste & Minister for Finance.
Speech by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Mr Brian Cowen, T.D. Opening of New ESRI Premises, 13 September 2007.
I am very pleased to be here today to launch Philanthropy Ireland's “Guide to Giving”.
Address by Mr Brian Cowen T.D., Tánaiste and Minister forFinance at the Corporate Treasury and Cash Management Conference on 26 September 2007.
To discuss the recent turmoil in the financial markets and the protection of savers and depositors investments in banks experiencing financial difficulties.
I am delighted to have been invited to speak at your conference today. I would like to thank in particular the President of the Insurance Institute of Ireland, Mr Aidan Cassells, and the Chief Executive, Mr Denis Hevey for their invitation.
A Positive Policy Agenda. Speech by the Tánaiste, Brian Cowen, T.D.at the Dublin Economics Workshop Conference, Kenmare,Saturday 13 October 2007.
Remarks by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance Brian Cowen, TD at the launch of the Green Paper on Pensions 17th October 2007.
Address by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, TD at the Launch of Pre-Budget Outlook on 18 October.
Opening Statement by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, TD. Pre-Budget Outlook, October 2007 Dáil Debate.
Pre-Budget Outlook: Tánaiste's closing speech in Dáil, 24 October 2007.
Address by the Tanaiste and Minister of Finance,Mr Brian Cowen T.D., Annual Dinner of the Institute of Bankers,1 November 2007.
Address by Mr. Brian Cowen, T.D., Tánaiste and Minister for Finance at The Small Firms Association Annual Lunch,Burlington Hotel,Friday, 2nd November 2007
Address by Mr Brian Cowen, T.D., Tánaiste and Minister for Finance at the opening of the 3rd International Conference on Services and Innovation. 7 November 2007.
Address by Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Cowen, T.D at Towards 2016 Plenary Meeting, Farmleigh, Thursday 8 November, 2007
Address by the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance, Brian Cowen, TD,Annual Dinner, Financial Services Ireland
Achieving the Fastest Rate of Productivity Growth of Any EU Country – A Roadmap for the Next Phase of Irish Economic Policy.
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