‘Brexit & the City: the Irish perspective’ – breakfast with Gerry Cross, Central Bank of Ireland
Ireland has been front and centre of the Brexit debate with a the Irish border proving to be one of the most challenging issues to overcome. The financial sector in Ireland is closely linked to the City and the UK, and Dublin has been one of the most popular destinations for firms in the UK looking to relocate part of their EU business post-Brexit. But with memories of the impact of the financial crisis still raw, Dublin will be not be an easy touch for the industry after Brexit.
The audience at this breakfast will consist mainly of policy and government affairs specialists from across capital markets.
Gerry Cross was appointed as director of policy and risk in May 2015 and is responsible for the prudential policy, risk governance and accounting policy, and markets policy divisions. Prior to joining the Central Bank, he was managing director for advocacy at AFME, and he previously worked at the Institute of International Finance in Washington, and at the Financial Services Authority in the UK.
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