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New York-based Neuberger Berman is one of the  56 financial firms that either entered the Irish market or expanded their presence here in the first half of 2020.

Some 56 financial firms either entered the Irish market or expanded their presence here in the first half of 2020, including UK-based Janus Henderson,(...)

The offices of the Central Bank of Ireland, New Wapping Street, North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Central Bank saw a fall in applications from firms seeking authorisation in the second half of last year as many of the companies seeking to move (...)

Trium said it expects to create a handful of jobs initially but hopes to build the business in Dublin over time

London-headquartered alternative investment specialist Trium Capital has become the latest asset manager to establish a base in Dublin as it looks to (...)

Barclays is one of the few financial services to expand substantially in Ireland on the back of Brexit.

No new banks or credit institutions were authorised during 2018, figures from the Central Bank show, while just six insurers got approval from the reg(...)

UK banking giant Barclays and Bank of America Merrill Lynch are set to shift the most banking assets to Ireland as Dublin becomes their post-Brexit EU hubs

Dublin continues to be the top location for financial services companies looking to relocate operations from the UK as a result of Brexit, with 27 gro(...)

The National Lottery’s share of the Irish gaming market is coming under pressure from alternative forms of gaming and “substitute” lotto products.

The National Lottery’s share of the Irish gaming market is coming under pressure from alternative forms of gaming and “substitute” lotto products, acc(...)

Legg Mason has moved into the One Ballsbridge development in Dublin 4.

US fund manager Legg Mason is gearing up for growth in Dublin, with plans for its new Brexit-inspired office set to evolve depending on the outcome o(...)

PwC’s research suggests that many asset managers are considering moving a range of functions out of the UK as a result of Brexit.

Over a third of European asset managers are now preparing for a “no-deal Brexit”, but nearly half also say that they are struggling to be ready on tim(...)

More than €2.5 trillion of global fund assets are domiciled in Ireland in an industry that employs about 14,000 people

IDA Ireland has said asset managers account for about half of the 100-plus applications the Central Bank is dealing with from firms seeking authorisat(...)

First State is the latest in a line of names to announce a move ahead of the UK’s planned departure from the European Union. Photograph: Tom Honan

Australian investment group First State Investments is set to follow Legg Mason and Hermes Investment Management in shifting a portfolio of assets to (...)

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