Cork 2017: Cork – a growing centre for financial services

Brexit is providing an opportunity for the International Financial Services (IFS) sector in Cork, writes Karen Conboy

18th June, 2017
Karen Conboy

With its FDI track record, Cork is a credible location for IFS business and is already a hub for international financial services.

An outstanding talent pool provided by the local third-level institutions, Tier 1 data connectivity, office capacity with competitive rents, as well as strong transport links to major business destinations all support the ability of this sector to thrive in the Cork region. Long before the term Brexit was coined, IFS operations had developed...

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