JP Morgan has purchased a new office building in Dublin for up to 1,000 staff, weeks after a senior executive said jobs would be moved from London to Ireland, Frankfurt and Luxembourg before the UK leaves the European Union.
The US investment bank, which employs around 14,000 staff in the UK, has bought a building at 200 Capital Dock in Dublin as the firm said it is looking to extend business in Ireland. The company already...
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