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Minister plans strategy to prepare IFSC for future technological disruption

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
20th May, 2018
Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy

Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy is drawing up new plans to future proof the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) at a time of growing job threats from computer technology.

The current strategy is on track to deliver on its promise of creating 10,000 extra jobs in the IFSC in Dublin as well as regional centres in Limerick and Kilkenny by its 2020 deadline.

But there is a real risk that lower-end jobs in...

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