The Banking Migration To Ireland
Ever since the Brexit vote in 2016 Dublin has seemed to come out on top. Dublin still benefits from certain tax laws (that have slowly been eroded in Luxembourg over the past few years) making it a favourable place for any company to set up its HQ there. In addition, Dublin is a European English speaking country that is still in the London time zone making a transition between the two cities relatively simple and cost effective.
It is no secret that large name banks such as JP Morgan are pushing hard and spending lots of money to setup and build Operations in Dublin; Credit Suisse will be moving their Prime Brokerage function; CITI Bank will build up their operations team; State Street Bank will push for more Transfer Agency new client business and the vendor organisations such as Multifonds & Temenos, will benefit from increased revenues.
Is the future of European Banking going to be in Ireland or will it move to the continent?
Only time will tell but it is best to prepare for both outcomes.
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Develop existing client relationship we have in other countries to ensure we can build a further presence in Ireland
Do business development with specific Irish clients such as the central bank of Ireland
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