ISE profits up 25 per cent after 'exceptional' year
Exchange has increased workforce by 20 per cent to deal with expansion
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has reported strong results for last year, with profit after tax up 25 per cent to €6.7m as revenue grew by 12 per cent to €27.8m.
The ISE said it recruited 20 per cent more staff in 2015 to facilitate growth and new services. It said more than 70 per cent of its revenues now come from international business.
The ISE’s main markets business, which includes international debt, fund and equity listings, had...
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