Dublin could move top of finance firms' list
British 'passporting' loss may topple London, says PwC
Consulting group PwC has said Britain's vote to leave the EU could create more opportunities for Dublin as a leading financial services centre.
PwC has developed a 'financial attractiveness index' which shows that Dublin currently ranks second behind London as the most attractive of European financial services centres. Luxembourg, Paris and Vienna rank third, fourth and fifth respectively.
"At present, it appears that the only way for London to continue to benefit from passporting would...
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