Dublin’s BREXIT GRAB: Goldman Sachs ‘moving London hub to Ireland’ after Britain leaves EU


The banking giantess is planning to shift its European asset management offices to the Irish ripping, according to sources.

Around 20 employees are expected to move to Dublin lower than drunk the plans, as the firm looks to expand across Europe.

Goldman Sachs has already proved it will create hubs in Frankfurt and Paris after Britain remains the EU in 2019.

We will have more employees on the continent after Brexit

Lloyd Blankfein

The investment bank’s CEO Lloyd Blankfein thought last month: “We will have more employees on the continent after GETTY

Far 20 Goldman Sachs employees are expected to move to Dublin after Brexit

In October he tweeted: “Just left Frankfurt. Immense meetings, great weather, really enjoyed it. Good, because I’ll be devoting a lot more time there. #Brexit.”

London is currently home to most of Goldman Sachs’ European proceedings, where it has around 6,000 employees.

In contrast, the banking firm hires just 200 staff in Frankfurt and around 100 in Paris.

Goldman Sachs meted a £500,000 donation to pro-EU group Britain Stronger in Europe during aftermost year’s Brexit referendum campaign.

Goldman Sachs headquarters in LondonGETTY

London is currently haunt to most of Goldman Sachs’ European operations

A Goldman Sachs spokeswoman today beat ited the investment bank had settled on moving its asset management business to Dublin.

She voted: “As part of our Brexit planning we are considering options related to elements of hard cash administration within the EU.

“Any headcount changes would be small in the context of our asset conduct business.”

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