Latest Score: Luxembourg 1, Ireland 0?

The spoils of Brexit have yet to be fully carved up, but it’s already becoming clear Ireland is having to fight tooth and nail to attract top banking talent

19th March, 2017
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AIG recently announced its choice of Luxembourg over Dublin for its post-Brexit move Pic: Bloomberg

You know it’s getting serious when the insults start flying. For months, the Irish government has been concerned that some countries have been playing dirty tricks when it comes to the spoils of Brexit. No matter the political implications of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, there were still going to be thousands of jobs up for grabs as bankers flee from London to other cities. And the fight for those jobs is hotting...

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