Brexit: Dublin in frame for Morgan Stanley move
US bank looking at office space in Dublin and Frankfurt, reports say
Morgan Stanley is scouting for office space in Frankfurt and Dublin for an enlarged European Union hub following Britain's vote to leave the political bloc, Bloomberg is reporting, quoting three people with knowledge the matter.
The US bank may initially move about 300 workers to one of the cities, the people said without giving a time frame.
"Our focus is on ensuring that we can continue to service our clients whatever the Brexit outcome,” Hugh Fraser,...
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