'The final step in our Brexit contingency planning' - Scisys admitted to trading in Dublin
British software business Scisys has been admitted to trading in Dublin, making it the first Brexit refugee to list on the Irish Stock Exchange.
Non-executive chairman Mike Love said the listing was "the final step in our Brexit contingency planning".
The UK’s exit from the EU has thrown doubt over British-listed firms access to European markets.
Mr Love said Scisys wanted to "ensure that our business can continue our long-standing participation in both the UK and European markets."
"By complementing our UK listing with a European one on Euronext we will also have continued access to sterling and euro pools of capital in a post Brexit environment."