London to be top hub in fragmented Europe

The identity of the new European capital markets and financial hub after Brexit has been a hot topic of debate ever since the UK voted to leave the European Union in 2016, but as firms have chosen different locations across the continent in which to base their EU27 headquarters it is becoming clear that no single location is likely to replace London.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 20 Sep 2018

For example, Bank of America Merrill Lynch is moving its EU hub to Dublin after Brexit, but is also moving some staff to Paris.

Goldman Sachs is moving staff to both Frankfurt and Paris; JP Morgan is spreading staff across Frankfurt, Dublin and Luxembourg; and ...

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