Citibank boss: Brexit a jobs boost for Irish
Ireland is part of the contingency plan if bank loses access to European market, Turek reveals
Citibank has become the first major bank to confirm it is considering moving jobs to Ireland after Brexit if its British subisdiary loses access to the European market.
Zdenek Turek, the chief executive of Citibank Europe and head of the bank’s European cluster, confirmed in an exclusive interview with The Sunday Business Post that Ireland featured in the bank’s contingency plans.
“Overall, if Brexit gets to the extreme loss of passporting,...
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