Dublin office market geared for Brexit
Fears that Dublin's office market is unprepared for Brexit relocation are unfounded
With global financial powerhouses such as Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Bank of China, BNY, Lloyds, Barclay’s and Credit Suisse all rumoured to be eyeing Ireland as a post-Brexit base, Dublin is presented with a once in a generation opportunity to turbo-charge its standing as an international financial services centre.
While some doubts have been raised as to whether Dublin’s office market has the capacity to capitalise on the opportunity presented by Brexit, we...
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