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JP Morgan boss confirms Dublin expansion plans

Jamie Dimon says US investment banking giant is ready to grow its business here

6th July, 2017
Dimon has big plans for Dublin Pic: Getty

Billionaire chairman and chief executive of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, has confirmed the US investment bank is to grow its business in Dublin.

Dimon's planned meeting went ahead with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar today where he made the announcement.

In a statement Dimon said: "Ireland is at the forefront of training its workforce to keep up with the latest developments in technology and business innovation, and the...

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