Brexit: Nearly 20 banks have committed to Frankfurt since vote to leave EU, German officials say

As for the jobs, I agree, the numbers at present look good for the UK sector, however I’m not sure they will look good later. It is after all easier to have a hub for a large region and the most employees in the same place. Unless of course post-EU UK can offer better tax terms.

Anyway, as an expat from a much disliked country living om contract in various places in Europe, I use the EU flag here, however I’m not on any side of the Brexit debate. I’m just interested in how it plays out. And for now I’m still quite certain the UK will be the losing side (as actually it’s not usually David/Goliath style, usually the smaller party loses) but It will be interesting to see and analyze if I’m wrong also. Probably even more interesting.

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