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Irish Stock Exchange urged to demutualise

A major new government report has urged the Irish Stock Exchange to consider demutualisation or to form a joint venture with a larger player.

27th January, 2013
Deirdre Somers, chief executive, Irish Stock Exchange. Photo: Photocall

A major new government report has urged the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) to consider demutualisation or to form a joint venture with a larger player in light of the "significant challenge" facing the exchange.

Forfás, the state advisory board, said it was crucial that the ISE decided upon a clear vision for its future, adding that it could benefit from closer links and alliances with other exchanges.

The report, due to be published...

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