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In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity,” Albert Einstein once famously said, and although Brexit has become every bit as random and unpredictable as anything you’ll find in quantum physics, it’s looking like there are some areas where Ireland could benefit.
Ken Rooney – Irish Examiner

  • The financial sector has long been touted as a prime candidate for post-Brexit expansion as London-based companies begin shopping around for a new EU base of operations.
  • Ireland is seen as a gateway to both the EU and the US, and our educated, English-speaking workforce within the single market has significant appeal.
  • Given the geographical and cultural proximity to Britain, companies can expect relatively little difficulty in convincing key UK workers to re-locate.
  • Whatever importing headaches Brexit may present, the outlook for the Irish construction industry remains bright.
  • 60% of roles are from the financial sector, over one quarter are legal firms and the remainder a mixture of insurance, fin-tech and service providers — creating around 1,500 new jobs..
  • The same study also identified a further 17 firms — again, mostly financial — who have also stated their intention to increase their Irish presence after Brexit, creating at least 1,000 new positions.

People know that Ireland is a good place to do business because the economy is strong, we’ve a good education system, a favorable tax regime for companies, pro-enterprise policies and a political consensus across this House and because we know that our position is at the heart of Europe no matter what happens anywhere else.
Leo Varadkar – Irish PM

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