Kroll takes a shine to Dublin in post-Brexit Europe

The outlook for financial services firms operating in Europe after Brexit remains unclear, particularly the issue of where to operate from now that London is not a guaranteed gateway to the continent. GlobalCapital caught up with Mauricio Noé, head of Kroll Bond Rating Agency’s European business about setting up shop in Dublin and why the time is ripe for the rating agency to plant its flag in the European ABS market.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 11 Oct 2017
Noé, is a veteran of the European capital markets, having been an origination banker at ABN AmroRoyal Bank of Scotland and Deutsche Bank from 1998-2014. He was hired by KBRA in September 2016 to lead its expansion into Europe, and among his first orders of business was deciding ...

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