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Banking federation to open office in Brussels

The Irish Banking Federation is opening an office in Brussels for the first time in a bid to influence European Union banking policy more directly.

16th March, 2014

The Irish Banking Federation is opening an office in Brussels for the first time in a bid to influence European Union banking policy more directly.

The Dublin-based lobby group, which represents both domestic and international banks in Ireland, has secured a premises in the same building that houses the European Banking Federation, the umbrella organisation for the EU's national banking lobbyists. It will be staffed part time at first, but could house full-time officials if...

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