Top firm jobs could go post 'Brexit' - The list


The employees at the world's biggest banks are on the front lines as voters head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to stay or leave the U.K. The team at Keefe Bruyette & Woods crunched the numbers, revealing how jobs, as well as revenues may be impacted.

Fox Business reports that if a 'Brexit' becomes a reality, KBW warns that these U.S. banks will experience "revenue and expense headwinds'.

JPMorgan - 4,000 U.K. jobs at risk

Income from the U.K. runs a hefty $7.7 billion, according to KBW, putting the bank's bottom line in crosshairs.

Citigroup - 2,000 

Bank of America - 1,386 

Goldman Sachs - 1,603

Goldman Sachs generates a good chunk of income from the U.K., about $6.3 billion by KBW's count.

Morgan Stanley - 1,250 

CEO James Gorman is said to be developing a contingency plan around a 'Brexit'.

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