Hibernia boss sees 'silent Brexit' benefiting Dublin

Kevin Nowlan’s comments came as Hibernia reported profits before tax of €107.1m for the year to the end of March

24th May, 2018
Kevin Nowlan of Hibernia Reit

“We’re seeing what I call a silent Brexit, or latent Brexit, whereby companies are looking to grow here rather than the UK, and we think the concern is around visas and ease of getting into the UK over the next few years,” Hibernia’s chief executive told Bloomberg in an interview.

“Dublin is working for them as a location, and they can access a European talent pool here,” he said....

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