Professor of Financial Technologies and Information Systems, Cork University Business School, University College Cork
Philip O’Reilly is Professor of Financial Technologies and Information Systems at Cork University Business School, University College Cork (UCC). Philip is the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) approved Principal Investigator of FINTECHNEXT, a multi year, multi million euro research collaboration between UCC and Fexco. Philip has been conferred with the title of Senior Visiting Fellow in the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Business School, whose Information Systems & Technology Management group is ranked 4th in the world by the AIS for publications in the top eight journals in the Information Systems field.
Philip’s research focuses on the transformative power of emerging information systems on Financial Services. His work has been published in leading journals in the information systems field including the European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS), Journal of Information Technology (JIT), Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS) and Information Technology and People (IT&P). Furthermore, his work has been presented at the leading information systems conferences in the world.
In 2011, Philip received the Stafford Beer Medal in recognition of the most outstanding contribution to the philosophy, theory and practice of Information Systems (IS) from the Operational Research (OR) Society at an Awards Ceremony which took place at the Royal Society, London.
Philip has been invited to deliver keynotes and workshops by numerous multinational companies and at leading practitioner events worldwide. Philip is a Senior Cutter Consultant, being a member of an elite group of 100 international leading experts, and presents regularly to leading international bodies on Fintech. Among others, he has presented to the Board of the Federal Reserve, Washington, the International Monetary Fund and the Board of the Federation of International Banks in Ireland on Fintech. The impact of Philip’s research on industry is illustrated in the fact that since 2016, Philip has secured €4m to support his research.