Some might say it would come as no surprise that a law firm earning its living from financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, and which acts for 27% of Irish-domiciled investment funds by assets under management, might be keen to promote Dublin as the premier place to set up a funds business.
So it was that a survey of 200 global asset managers sponsored by Irish lawyers Matheson concludes Ireland is, by far and away, the leading European funds location.
Apparently, 71% of
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