There have been significant investments in the financial services sector in the first half of 2017.
IDA Ireland has today confirmed that over 15 global financial institutions have announced their intentions to set up or expand their operations in Ireland since January.
"It has been encouraging to see so many high profile banks and insurance firms publically endorse Ireland as their destination of choice," said CEO of IDA Ireland Martin Shanahan.
"Post Brexit, nurturing talent, delivering a pro-business ethos and maintaining a consistent track record, must all be the priorities of the day if we are to continue to grow the economy at the current rate and remain competitive.
"The decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union has created unprecedented political, economic and diplomatic challenges for Ireland. Those challenges extend right across the policy spectrum, where so many areas are now the subject of common approaches and standards at EU level.
"Steady progress is being made on the Government’s IFS strategy. Financial services institutions looking to maintain their access to the EU continue to view Ireland as a leading international financial services centre which is best positioned to offer a seamless transition of part of their operations from London to Dublin.
"Ireland remains stable and consistent in policy terms and in the areas of taxation, which is a major plus when it comes to attracting investment.
"15 of the world’s top 20 banks now have operations in Ireland."