JPMorgan just bought a Dublin building to house 1,000 staff for post-Brexit job flexibility
|05/15/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
JPMorgan agreed to buy a building in Dublin, Ireland to house 1,000 staff in order to give it flexibility in serving clients after Britain leaves the European Union on March 29.
That is according to property investment company Kennedy Wilson who sent a statement to Reuters. It said JPM has agreed to buy a 130,000 square foot building at the Capital Dock development in Dublin’s docklands area.
“This new building gives us room to grow and some flexibility within the European Union,”Carin Bryans, a senior country officer for JPM in Ireland told Reuters.
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