Fidelity International has confirmed it is increasing its presence in Dublin with the relocation of 100 roles from the UK, as part of its longer-term strategy for the funds centre.
The group said the move has not been driven by the UK's decision to vote to leave the European Union, and is part of a longer-term strategy for its global business. Earlier this year, Fidelity, which...
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