Dublin booms with new financial entrants as some exit too says KBI Global Investors CEO

Mark Battersby
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Post Brexit, a lot of new entrants have swooped into the investment management sector of the Dublin marketplace, says Sean Hawkshaw, chief executive of Ireland-based KBI Global Investors. Speaking to International Investment, Hawkshaw (pictured) said: "There are a lot of changes going on at the moment. Two big players, Ulster Bank and KBC Bank decided to move out of the Irish marketplace. It's a dynamic, changing space but going in the right direction."  "We've also seen existing players that have been here for many years, possibly just with management structures for funds, gearing up...

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