Government to up ante for post-Brexit business, says Murphy

Ministers to step up activities to attract foreign banks to Ireland

22nd January, 2017
Minister of State for Financial Services, Eoghan Murphy

The Minister of State for Financial Services, Eoghan Murphy, has said the government will be stepping up its activities to attract foreign banks to Ireland as it ramps up plans to gain jobs from companies fleeing London as a result of Brexit.

The government is holding a global financial services conference next week, with hundreds of senior executives from major banks due to attend.

Murphy told The Sunday Business Post that the government had been...

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