Australian firms eye move to Ireland to escape Brexit fallout
Australian ambassador to Ireland Richard Andrews said he had also seen a rise in Irish firms seeking to raise equity by listing in Australia such as Irish hospital software group Oneview Healthcare, which raised €40 million there
The Australian embassy in Dublin has seen a rise in inquiries from Australian firms based in London who are seeking to expand into Europe as Britain heads towards Brexit.
Australian ambassador to Ireland Richard Andrews said he had also seen a rise in Irish firms seeking to raise equity by listing in Australia such as Irish hospital software group Oneview Healthcare, which raised €40 million there.
Andrews was speaking during a visit to Dublin by...
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