Real estate reporter in Bloomberg covering EMEA. I cover all types of property and also write about debt. A former business editor of The Sunday Tribune in Ireland, I've also worked for The Sunday Business Post and various broadcasters. After the closure of the Tribune, I freelanced for the Finan...
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“We continue to evaluate our real estate strategy across Europe so we can support our clients in any scenario,” Jennifer Zuccarelli, a spokeswoman for JPMorgan, said by phone. “As we have said before, we will use the three banks we already have in Frankfurt, Dublin and Luxembourg as our legal anchors.”
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is scouting for additional office space in Dublin and is also weighing occupying property in Amsterdam after the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union, people with knowledge of the matter said. The U.S.’s largest bank may lease or acquire about 100,000 square feet (9,300 square meters) of extra office space in the Irish capital, two people said, asking not to be identified because the plans are private. That’s enough for about 770 workers based on typical modern office use.
Three generations of the Braithwaite family are crowded into a rented three-bedroom row house, a 10-minute drive from the Sultan of Brunei's mansion on London's "Billionaires Row." The difference in the two households' property tax: 32 pounds ($51) a month. There is another difference between what the Sultan of Brunei, ruler of the oil- and gas-rich Asian nation, and the Braithwaites pay: The sultan gets a discount on his tax bill because he lives there part time. The Braithwaites don't.
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Selecting a term
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