The future of Irish financial services
We must take the high road to stay out of the mud
At a time when short-termism seems to dictate much of our domestic and international politics, kudos is due to Eoghan Murphy, the minister who published the 2017 action plan for Ireland’s international financial services sector last week.
The plan is part of a five-year strategy to develop international financial services and create 10,000 new jobs by 2020.
Like much else these days, the uncertainty of Brexit is a dominant theme in the action plan, as we...
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