Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has confirmed Dublin will become its new European centre, but it remains unclear how many jobs could move or be created in Ireland.
According to the Irish Independent, the company will move some parts of the business to prepare for any possible regulatory changes which could occur as a result of Brexit negotiations. Subject to regulatory...
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