Corporate Governance Policies

Corporate Governance Policies

We are committed to operating to the highest standards of corporate governance and have adopted a corporate governance regime in accordance with best practice.

Corporate Governance Policies 

The Board and Executive of Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland are accountable for the proper management of the organisation and have adopted a corporate governance regime in accordance with best practice.

The corporate governance framework typically comprises elements of legislation, regulation, self regulatory arrangements, voluntary codes, commitments and business practices that have evolved within the organisation.

Corporate Governance Framework
The Framework consists of a suite of governance documents which sets out how Screen Ireland conducts its business.

Code of Business Conduct
The code applies to all members of the Board and employees of the Agency, together with consultants, advisers and their employees.

Terms of Reference of Audit and Risk Committee     
The Audit and Risk Committee supports the Board in their responsibilities for issues of risk, control and governance.

Good Faith Reporting Policy
This policy outlines for  staff how to raise general concerns about possible improprieties in the conduct of the Agency’s business, whether in matters of financial reporting or other malpractices, at the earliest opportunity and in an appropriate way.

Protected Disclosures Annual Report 2015
Section 22 of the Protected Disclosures Act requires public bodies to prepare a report not later than the 30th June each year setting out the number of protected disclosures made to it in the course of the immediately preceding year and certain other information relating to any such protected disclosures.

Protected Disclosures Annual Report 2016
Section 22 of the Protected Disclosures Act requires public bodies to prepare a report not later than the 30th June each year setting out the number of protected disclosures made to it in the course of the immediately preceding year and certain other information relating to any such protected disclosures.

Protected Disclosures Annual Report 2017
Section 22 of the Protected Disclosures Act requires public bodies to prepare a report not later than the 30th June each year setting out the number of protected disclosures made to it in the course of the immediately preceding year and certain other information relating to any such protected disclosures.

Privacy Statement
This Privacy Statement will let you know how we look after your personal data with regard to your use of this website and in the context of receiving marketing communications from us. It also informs you as to our obligations and your rights under data protection law.

Cookies Policy
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Irish Film Board Act, 1980
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board was established by Section 3 of the Irish Film Board Act 1980 to assist and encourage the development of a film industry in the state; to empower the Board to provide investments, grants, loans and guarantees of loans for the making of films in the state; to define other powers and functions and to provide for other connected matters.

Finance & Procurement

IFB Core Capital Funding Structure
This chart is a visual representation of the flow of Screen Ireland's capital funding which represents 88% of total Screen Ireland funding. 

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q1 2018

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q4 2017

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q3 2017

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q2 2017 

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q1 2017

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q4 2016

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q3 2016

Prompt Payments by Public Sector Bodies Q2 2016

Procurement Policies and Procedures Manual 2015