Wednesday June 3, 2020

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Dublin’s attractiveness to London-based financial institutions may not be what we think it is

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
18th June, 2017

The finance world has excelled itself at creating layer upon layer of complex products that even their designers probably barely understand. Across Europe, almost €1 trillion of financial contracts pass through London’s clearing houses daily. It is a vital cog in the financial wheel. Every buyer and every seller of shares, currencies, bonds, derivatives and a myriad of other securities, knows that their trade will be settled when it passes through a clearing house....

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