Ireland: Financial Services

Dublin’s ‘Brexit dividend’ is coming into view as London-based financial services companies turn to the city to retain access to European markets. But in a country that still bears the scars from a banking crisis a decade ago, Irish policymakers are proceeding with caution

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Ireland’s gains could be greater but for its own scars from the last financial crisis

An early mover to the financial centre, JPMorgan was drawn by the character of Ireland’s workforce

Executives looking to rent in Dublin’s financial district post-Brexit are being met with soaring costs

Ireland’s lenders have moved past crisis-era write-offs yet they are struggling to make money

The recent sale of soured home loans boosted lenders’ resilience to a disorderly exit

But the regulator’s toughened stance since the crisis has sparked irritation among some

Galway offers a skilled workforce and lower prices for companies looking to expand

Exchange’s new owner has plans to expand the hub but the path is unlikely to be smooth