City could succeed even as travel dries up

By Jasper Cox
20 May 2020

After the coronavirus crisis, new patterns of work and travel are expected to change the nature of financial hubs such as London. However, Michael Mainelli, one of the sheriffs of the City of London, says that the UK capital is well placed to remain an attractive location for business.

Even once the health crisis has disappeared, many believe employees in finance will continue to work from home much more than they used to, while also perhaps cutting down on international travel.

This will inevitably change the look and feel of the cities in which global financial ...

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