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With 40,000 people employed in financial services in the capital and beyond, the IFSC is leading the way in our foreign direct investment strategy as Brexit looms

26th March, 2017

On the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Dublin, the sector it was designed to promote and support has undergone exponential growth and now employs 40,000 people in the capital and beyond.

With Brexit on the horizon, Ireland’s financial services centre is once again taking centre stage in our foreign direct investment (FDI) strategy.

“FDI has shaped Ireland’s financial services sector, allowing the country to become a...

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