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Barclays’ Dublin assets set to top €230 billion

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
24th February, 2019

British bank Barclays has said it is on course to have its EU base in Dublin firmly established ahead of next month’s Brexit deadline.

The bank said on a conference call with analysts last week that three of the seven European entities it is relocating to Dublin have already transferred and work towards migrating the remaining businesses is under way. It said it was moving some of its international credit card business to...

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