Billionaire in ‘sexist comments’ controversy puts €2m into firm’s IFSC operations

l Company has lost over $2bn in business from investment firms including Goldman Sachs remarks

27th October, 2019

A company owned by a US billionaire at the centre of a controversy over accusations of sexist remarks has pumped €2 million into its Irish operations this year.

Fisher Investments established its Dublin office in 2018 and secured Central Bank authorisation earlier this year to offer services to Irish clients. The company said in filings earlier this month that after a start-up loss of just over €205,000, its parent company pumped in €2 million. The...

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