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Ireland can expect second wave of post-Brexit relocations, says PwC

About 5,000 financial services jobs could be created once Britain’s future relationship with the EU is determined, report indicates

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

4th December, 2019
About 100 firms have relocated to Ireland since the Brexit referendum, a survey by PwC found

A second wave of asset managers could choose Ireland as their post-Brexit home, adding the 100 firms that have already relocated here, PwC has indicated.

Ireland, along with Luxembourg and Frankfurt, has been one of the main beneficiaries of asset managers relocating to new hubs to prepare for life after Britain leaves the European Union, according to a report by the accounting and consultancy firm.


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