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Euronext warns exit of Flutter and CRH could prompt others to abandon Irish stock exchange

Operator of Irish stock exchange also said de-listing of both companies could cost exchequer up to €300m a year in lost stamp duty

Albert Manifold, CRH chief executive: the building materials giant has confirmed it will de-list from Euronext Dublin as part of a move to list in the US. Picture: Maura Hickey

The operator of Ireland’s stock exchange privately warned government ministers that the country could face an exodus of publicly traded companies, and a flight of jobs overseas, if CRH and Flutter both press ahead with plans to de-list.

Euronext Dublin, which has operated the Irish exchange since 2018, also said the exit of CRH and Flutter, two of the largest companies listed on the stock market, could cost the exchequer up to €300 million a ...