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“there has also been a significant shift in trade patterns post-Brexit. In this regard RoRo volumes on direct European services have increased by 64.4 per cent over 2019 levels while volumes on direct U.K. services are down by 17.8 per cent"
Paysend, a UK fintech with a focus in card-to-card consumer payments, has announced the opening of a Dublin office in order to access the EU’s Single Market.
Mark Drakeford has warned the Brexit deal agreed by the UK Government with the EU on Northern Ireland earlier this week could have a negative impact on Welsh Ports.
Battle focuses on what EU sees as bloc’s over-reliance on London’s clearing houses handling euro-denominated derivatives.
Stock market listings outside of London are the 'new normal', Stephane Boujnah said, citing Ryanair favouring Dublin trading over London
The Port of Dunkirk, close to the BeNeLux region, is eyeing even stronger links with Dublin Port and Rosslare Europort while also examining new routes to Ireland's southern ports.
THE PORT OF Dunkirk is looking to mount a significant expansion of trade routes with its Irish counterparts, as the French company sees Ireland as an “underestimated” market even post-Brexit.
'Wimbledonisation' helped the City of London become Europe’s financial capital. But leaving the EU has been much less of an advantage.
The Chancellor is trying to keep talent in a financial sector that is losing ground to the EU. / Of all the things the government could be doing to improve the economy right now, scrapping the cap on bankers’ bonuses seems like the most brazenly tone-deaf.
'After Brexit, we found ourselves in a position where we could not talk as easily to European clients, and now we can'. / Numis, the traditionally City-focused investment bank, is gearing up to compete with larger rivals in continental Europe after opening its post-Brexit office in Dublin.
Centre in Baldonnell will serve customers across the island of Ireland.
Amid acute political uncertainty and the upheaval of Brexit, the movement of goods on the island of Ireland has been transforming and seeing a significant boost.
The UK Government’s approach to Brexit trade policy and negotiations protocol is causing “potentially irreparable damage” to Wales’ ports, researchers have said.
Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin are most successful in luring roles from UK, say consultants
A new survey shows that since the Brexit referendum, Dublin remains the most popular destination for staff relocations and new European hubs or offices.
Companies avoiding United Kingdom landbridge, according to Chambers Ireland.
Armstrong Teasdale is the latest international law firm to establish offices in Dublin since Brexit and it plans to hire up to 20 lawyers for office headed by Irishman.
A Stirling Prize-winning architect has opened a new studio in Berlin to make it easier to bid for jobs on the continent and hire EU-based staff.
Rosslare port saw a 371 per cent yearly increase in European freight volumes since Brexit came into force.
The UK landbridge that offered traders the fastest route between Ireland and the European continent before Brexit will not re-emerge as a preferred option for moving goods, the head of Dublin Port was quoted as saying on Friday.
Dublin Port chief executive Eamonn O’Reilly has said that Brexit has spelled the end of the British “landbridge” transit route, as new figures show a dramatic fall in lorry traffic with British ports, reports The Irish Times.
Brexit has spelled the end of the British “landbridge” transit route, Dublin Port chief executive Eamonn O’Reilly has said, as new figures show a dramatic fall in lorry traffic with British ports.
‘It’s entirely Brexit,’ says haulier who has been caught up in 15km queues.
The Irish balance sheets of a range of global banks that run international operations from Dublin has ballooned to more than half a billion euros.