Thursday 17 October 2019

S&P in Dublin Brexit opening

 

David Gordon, country head Ireland, S&P Global Ratings; Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland; and John Berisford, president of S&P Global Ratings at S&P’s new European HQ in Dublin. Photo: Naoise Culhane
David Gordon, country head Ireland, S&P Global Ratings; Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland; and John Berisford, president of S&P Global Ratings at S&P’s new European HQ in Dublin. Photo: Naoise Culhane

S&P Global Ratings has opened its new European headquarters in Dublin.

Brexit was part of the reason behind the decision to establish the new office here.

In a report on Ireland issued yesterday, S&P said Brexit would hit our exporters but could boost the services sector, with areas like financial services potentially getting a boost from companies leaving London.

Irish Independent

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