Last week, AIG, the insurance giant, confirmed that it had chosen Luxembourg over Dublin as its post-Brexit EU base. The decision, first reported by this newspaper some weeks back, was met by a chorus of regulators and politicians saying that many other firms had expressed an interest in relocation to Dublin. The Central Bank has received five applications for authorisation from foreign insurance companies that want to locate an operation in Ireland as a result...
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