Irish minister at opening of Mediolanum's AM HQ in Dublin: We want speedy Brexit resolution

Jonathan Boyd
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Michael D'Arcy, Ireland's minister for state at the Department of Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, has reaffirmed the Irish government's wish for a speedy Brexit resolution, when attending the official opening of the Dublin headquarters of Mediolanum Internationnal Funds Limited (MIFL), the asset management production and distribution business of Mediolanum Banking Group. D'Arcy said the view reflected the fact that the Republic of Ireland does not just see the UK as a close trading partner, but as "cousins", given the 6 million people in the UK who could claim an Irish passpor...

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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.