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JP Morgan said to weigh doubling down on Dublin

US bank scouting for around 100,000 sq ft of extra office space

21st June, 2017

JP Morgan is scouting for additional office space in Dublin and is also considering property in Amsterdam after Britain's vote to leave the

European Union.

Sources have revealed secret plans by the US’s largest bank to lease or acquire about 100,000 sq ft of extra office space in the Dublin.

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