JP Morgan in talks to buy Dublin building that could hold 1,000 staff

Possible move by US investment bank with about 19,000 UK workers fuels concerns over exodus from the City following Brexit

JP Morgan is in talks to buy an office building in Dublin big enough to hold more than 1,000 workers, increasing speculation that it will move jobs from London as a result of Brexit.

The US investment bank is in talks to buy a building in Dublin’s Capital Dock from the developer Kennedy Wilson and the National Asset Management Agency, which was created by the Irish government after the financial crisis to buy property loans from banks.

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