Ireland may miss out as insurance giant eyes Luxembourg

AIG, a company valued at $67 billion, is poised to invest in Luxembourg over Dublin

29th January, 2017
AIG have offices in Ireland

Ireland has fallen behind Luxembourg in the race for a major post-Brexit investment from one of the world’s largest insurance companies.

The Sunday Business Post understands from a number of market sources that American International Group (AIG), a company valued at $67 billion, is poised to invest in Luxembourg over Dublin.

Concerns about regulations and the responsiveness of the Central Bank of Ireland versus their counterparts in Luxembourg are understood to have been a...

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