AIB chairman warns WTO rules would be a‘catastrophe’

• Pym addresses House of Lords about what would happen without a trade deal • Warns that Dublin infrastructure, and restaurants, of an inferior standard

9th April, 2017
AIB chairman Richard Pym

AIB chairman Richard Pym has said that the likely reversion to WTO trade rules after Brexit would be an “absolute catastrophe” for Ireland.

He also said that while Dublin’s financial services centre was “a good one”, the city’s “infrastructure is not strong”.

Pym was giving evidence late last year to the British House of Lords select committee on Brexit.

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