Central Bank of Ireland searching for new headquarters, says Honohan


Patrick Honohan, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, on February 7 said the central bank was looking for a new headquarters in Dublin to accommodate its increased staff numbers.

Speaking at a book launch in Dublin, Ireland, Honohan said: "No firm decision has been taken, but it looks as if the clock is ticking for our occupancy of the Dame Street tower. We won't go suddenly, and we won't board it up. There could be scope to retain some central banking activities here for a number of

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