A fresh wave of financial firms could relocate to Dublin this year to maintain ties with the European Union, but will this replace a potential slowdown in activity from major US technology companies in Ireland’s capital? Ireland’s central bank is currently processing more than 100 Brexit-related applications to authorise financial firms to operate in Dublin. While Big Tech has dominated the Dublin office market for the past 12 months, some suggest that the finance sector could be more present in the occupier market this year, once the bulk of these applications have been authorised. Pat Gunne, chief executive of Green
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