Kerry making a play for Brexit financial business

Updated / Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017 17:20

In Kerry, Fexco has been operating for around 36 years - handling millions of transactions across 29 countries every day of the week

Financial services is one sector that many believe could benefit from Brexit, as London-headquartered firms seek a foothold in the European Union in order to maintain their market positions in the region post-withdrawal.

When discussion around that potential is had, it invariably focuses on it as a boon for Dublin only, given the concentration of banks, insurers and accountancy firms in the city.

However, other areas of the country are hoping to see a dividend, too, should the expected financial influx come to pass.

In Kerry, Fexco has been operating for around 36 years - handling millions of transactions across 29 countries every day of the week.

Adam Maguire visited the company to see what growth potential Brexit has brought.