Coronavirus COVID-19 | IJA Announcement

The IJA is carefully monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus COVID-19 and would like to inform that at the moment all IJA upcoming events in March are cancelled or will take place virtually/online/via conference call. [updated on 16.03.2020]

It is essential that any decisions regarding responses to COVID-19 are proportionate, necessary and based on specific public health advice. We will be following public health advice guidelines, will consult our event hosts/venues, and will make the decision about each upcoming event separately. Please follow announcements on our website and social media.

We would like to ask that the public continue to follow and for accurate information regarding COVID-19, its symptoms and the steps the public can take to protect themselves.

IJA Council



Managing business recovery through Covid-19 | Online Webinar

We are excited to have teamed up with Dillon Eustace and SMBC Bank EU AG, and would like to invite you to an online webinar ‘Managing business recovery through Covid-19’ which will take place on 29th September via Zoom.

The impact of Covid-19 on business and economy has been severe in Ireland and across the world. As we start to recover after one of the biggest global crisis of recent times, it is important to talk about what exactly businesses are facing right now, what are the strategies for the recovery and growth of economy on national and global level, and how the corporate world is adapting to the ‘new normal’ during these challenging times.

Date: Tuesday, 29th September 2020
Time: 3-4 PM
Registration: This webinar is free of charge and open to the IJA members and non members. Prior registration is required by Monday, 28th September via e-mail: Login details will be sent to all registered participants before the event.
Guest Speakers:
  • Satoshi Okagawa, Senior global markets analyst, SMBC | ‘Economic recovery path under Covid-19’
  • Philip Lea, Partner, Corporate and M&A, Dillon Eustace | ‘Corporate transactions and activity in the COVID era’


  • Raymond Hegarty, IJA Chairperson