Aberdeen Standard Investments to set up new EU base in Dublin

Written by Adam Cadle

Aberdeen Standard Investments is setting up a new EU base in Dublin to mitigate the fallout of Brexit.

According to City A.M. the investment firm is to establish an investment and distribution business in Ireland which will contract directly with European clients and oversee other EU branches.

The likes of Legal & General, JP Morgan, Barclays and Bank of America have all chosen Dublin for their new EU headquarters.

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