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Brexit led US cybersecurity firm to locate EMEA HQ in Dublin

OneLogin chose Dublin over London due to Ireland’s commitment to EU and support for businesses

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
19th January, 2020
Brad Brooks, chief executive of OneLogin

Brexit played a critical role in a US multinational deciding to set up its EMEA headquarters in Dublin instead of London.

OneLogin, which provides cybersecurity services across all applications used in business, opted for Ireland over Britain in part due to the uncertainty surrounding Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.

“We have a relatively significant footprint in London, but we had to make an active decision if we were going to make our...

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