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Ireland has broad appeal for international financial services

Cork University Business School at UCC has taken a leadership position in assisting state agencies in attracting IFS firms to Ireland

5th March, 2017
Cork University Business School, UCC

While Minister of State for international financial services (IFS) Eoghan Murphy travels the world selling Ireland as the European location of choice for IFS post-Brexit, sadly the domestic commentary has quickly focused on capacity constraints in Dublin.

Unhelpfully, this commentary has been picked up and reported by the international media with headlines discussing how “Dublin is open, but there won’t be room for everyone”.

The general narrative is that there are...

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