Eoghan Murphy: ‘There will be disruption, some negative and some positive’

The Junior finance minister defends his department’s record on wooing firms after large insurers opt out of Irish move

2nd April, 2017
Eoghan Murphy, Minister of State at the Department of Finance, on Merrion Street last week Picture: Fergal Phillips

If there’s a silver lining to Brexit, we’ve been told time and again it’s the potential for a massive influx of financial services jobs into the state as major industry players seek to continue access to the European single market. But Ireland is in a dogfight.

Eoghan Murphy, the Minister of State at the Department of Finance, is leading the government’s efforts. But there are rumblings of discontent that...

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