Brexit sparks three more Dublin moves

Brexit sparks three more Dublin moves
Financial firms apply for Dublin licences. Pic: Getty

Global law firm DLA Piper said it would be opening an office in Dublin, focusing initially on the financial services, technology and life sciences sectors

Three more firms – from the financial, insurance and legal sectors – have announced plans to move to Ireland in an effort to prepare for the effects of Brexit.

Global law firm DLA Piper said it would be opening an office in Dublin, focusing initially on the financial services, technology and life sciences sectors.

The new office will be headed by David Carthy, who joins the company from...

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