Thursday July 16, 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

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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