IDA and Nama prepare for British banking invasion

Meetings put a particular focus on generating enough space for financial firms looking to move here

29th January, 2017
Jobs minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor has held talks with Nama

The IDA and jobs minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor held talks with Nama last week about Dublin office space in the wake of a spate of reports linking major London banks with post-Brexit moves to Ireland.

Sources said that while meetings between the IDA and Nama are regular, there is now a particular focus on generating enough space to meet any demand from relocating financial services companies.

Last week Bloomberg reported that Barclays Bank...

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