London move

capfits

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Old old news.
But hey one every Brexiteer will surely paint as "sunlight" uplands.
Surprised they have not made the move to Leverburgh on Harris.
 

neilo

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Montgomeryshire
Nobody seems to have mentioned Goldman Sachs are moving £60bn of assets from London to (their previously comparatively minuscule operation in) Frankfurt ahead of Brexit?


Big money is moving both ways as multinational companies realign their operations to best suit themselves.
 

Danllan

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Nobody seems to have mentioned Goldman Sachs are moving £60bn of assets from London to (their previously comparatively minuscule operation in) Frankfurt ahead of Brexit?


Big money is moving both ways as multinational companies realign their operations to best suit themselves.
That's because they had London as their EU HQ, with the UK out of the EU they still need a base in the EU. Out of interest, do you know if they are still maintaining a London office and, if they are, if it will handle far more trade than their EU one...? :angelic:

As for other companies coming to the UK:

A thousand EU financial firms plan to open UK offices after Brexit | Reuters
 

le bon paysan

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Limousin, France
Goldman Sachs to open SIGMA X 8.6 Billion euro a day trading platform to Paris from January 4th
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And this
CEO of Aquis said " the City of London has been thrown to the lions"

And LSE trading platform Turquoise opens in Holland
 
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yin ewe

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Co Antrim
I thought everyone blamed the bankers for the 2008 crash now it appears we are meant to love them
They were the scum of the earth and should have been locked up in the tower according to many, now everybody wants them running the local branch of their credit union:ROFLMAO:.
 
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