Anne Finucane

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Dublin is in line for a boom in financial services as a result of Brexit. Photograph: iStock

Irish bankers will be delighted with the promises being made of a jobs boom in the financial sector in the wake of Brexit. As we (potentially) near th(...)

Bank of America’s Irish business now has up to €50 billion in assets. Photograph: Getty

Bank of America vice-chairwoman Anne Finucane said the group has spent about $400 million (€353.5 million) preparing its business for Brexit, an exerc(...)

Bank of America’s Ireland-based workforce is now more than 800, split between offices in Leopardstown and Hatch Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has relocated its main EU banking arm and up to 100 staff from London to Dublin four months ahead of the Brexit deadline(...)

On reflection: Some bankers say the lower estimates emerged as they thought through the implications of Brexit. Photograph: iStock

The UK’s biggest international banks are set to move fewer than 4,600 jobs from London in preparation for Brexit - just 6 per cent of their total work(...)

Bruce Thompson, a former group chief financial officer and head of risk for the Bank of America group, who will lead its post-Brexit hub in Dublin. Photograph: David Hume Kennerly

Bank of America Merrill Lynch is to relocate one of its top executives from New York to Dublin to head up its planned post-Brexit EU hub. The bank sa(...)