Friday February 28, 2020

JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon poised to announce Dublin jobs

In May, the US bank agreed to buy an office building in Dublin that could house 1,000 employees

5th July, 2017
JP Morgan already employs 500 people in Dublin

JP Morgan Chase & Co is expected to confirm this week ambitious plans to create over 500 jobs in Dublin. Jamie Dimon, the billionaire chairman and chief executive of JP Morgan, is tipped to meet with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to make the announcement.

In May, JP Morgan agreed to buy an office building under construction in Dublin, called Capital Docks, for €125 million fromKennedy Wilson, Fairfax Financial Holdings and Nama. This office is capable of holding...

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