KPMG’s Murphy: Ireland is more than a ‘tax play’

Company is advising London-based firms about possible post-Brexit relocation to Dublin

11th September, 2016
Shaun Murphy, KPMGs managing partner, says Ireland has the right stuff to attract British financial services firms Picture: Feargal Ward

It has been a mixed up couple of months for Ireland Inc. Few companies have such a strategic vantage point on the Irish corporate rollercoaster as KPMG, given its central involvement in many of the largest deals that drive economic growth.

The head of KPMG’s Irish operation, Shaun Murphy, agrees that these are not normal days. First came Brexit, the shock of a sterling collapse and the rumour of thousands of financial services jobs moving...

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