Aligning ourselves with ‘our friends in the north’

An alliance with liberal and open northern European states with which we share common values is giving rise to what some are calling ‘the new Hanseatic League’

1st April, 2018

Last week, I rang the opening bell on a new chapter in the Irish Stock Exchange’s history as part of Euronext, a family of European exchanges that is the fifth-biggest in the world.

Membership of Euronext will open up access to new capital and investors for Irish companies seeking to raise debt and equity in order to expand their business. Equally, Euronext will benefit from Dublin’s leading global position for listings of debt...

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