Brexit: Impact on financial services industry and the Irish economy
The impact of Brexit on Ireland is likely to be mixed. While Ireland’s exposure to the UK has led the government to revise its forecasts for GDP growth down in 2017, some areas of the economy are well-positioned to flourish in the post-Brexit era, most notably financial services.
'Ireland after Brexit' Roundtable
Following the triggering of Article 50 by the UK government, representatives from the public and private sector gathered to discuss the longer-term prospects for the Irish economy and financial services industry.
Participants at the 'Ireland after Brexit' roundtable were:
- Michael Cullen, CEO, Investec Ireland
- David Dalton, Consulting Partner, Financial Services Industry Leader, Deloitte
- Susan Dargan, Executive Vice President & Co-Head of Global Services, EMEA, State Street
- Kieran Donoghue, Head of International Financial Services, IDA Ireland
- Kieran Fox, Director of Business Development, Irish Funds Industry Association
- Joan Kehoe, Global Head, Alternative Investment Services, JP Morgan, Dublin
- Denis McCarthy, CEO, FEXCO
- Eoghan Murphy, Minister of State, Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform
- Meliosa O’Caoimh, Senior Vice President, Global Fund Services, Northern Trust
- Richard Walsh, CEO, Fintech & Payments Association, Ireland
- Phil Moore, Moderator, GlobalCapital
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