Thursday October 22, 2020

Question mark hangs over the IFSC brand

Jack Horgan-Jones: Reputational damage suffered during the crisis has taken its toll on the IFSC. Many leading members are now questioning whether the centre is still fit for purpose.

23rd December, 2014
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There are serious questions over the future of the IFSC. Since it was founded in 1987, it has become an emblem of modern, corporate Ireland. It is a place where international finance houses have made homes for themselves, and is proudly touted as a central location at the edge of Europe.

Even in its early days, it was an example of the peculiar fusion of the public and private sectors that defines the parameters of much...

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