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IDA fighting to win ‘hundreds’ of new Brexit jobs for Ireland

IDA's Kieran Donoghue expects a number of companies to pick Dublin as their new EU base in a matter of months

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
31st December, 2017
Head of international financial services at the IDA Kieran Donoghue

The IDA is in talks with a number of investment banks, asset managers, brokers and trading firms about locating hundreds of new jobs to Ireland ahead of Brexit.

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, head of international financial services at the IDA Kieran Donoghue said he expected a number of companies to pick Dublin as their new EU base in a matter of months.

“There are several groups who have selected Ireland, but...

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