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Some firms moving here post-Brexit yet to get approval

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
20th October, 2019

A number of financial services firms have yet to receive Central Bank authorisation to make Ireland their post-Brexit home due to not providing the regulator with the required information.

Ahead of last week’s EU deal with Britain, the Central Bank said a small number of firms had still to be approved, and some had approached it with late applications or had not provided it with detailed plans.

The Central Bank has so far...

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