Migrant policy call for financial sector

FINANCIAL SERVICES IRELAND (FSI) yesterday called for the Government to put in place special migration policy measures for the financial services sector to allow non-EU nationals to enter the Irish labour market.

Speaking at FSI’s annual conference in Dublin, yesterday, director Aileen O’Donoghue said: “The Irish financial sector needs graduates from outside the EU to serve those markets which we are exporting financial services to, to bring important investment business to Ireland and to allow us to access key specialist skills for global finance, which are scarce.”

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