The Bank of England Friday said "progress" in mitigating the impact of Brexit on the City has been made over the last few months.
UBS has told employees that the majority of those affected by Brexit will move to Frankfurt from London, setting out what it called a decentralised approach to relocating staff.
Britain’s Standard Chartered has started interviewing candidates for about 20 banking jobs it is moving to Frankfurt due to Brexit, the chief financial officer said on Wednesday.
Investment bank Goldman Sachs has warned more than a dozen City trading and sales staff that they should be prepared to move to Frankfurt within weeks.
RBS seems concerned with one of the most contentious issues in the ongoing Brexit negotiations —the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.
Areas such as trading and M&A will most likely begin relocating.
What could happen over the next five years in politics in the UK and further afield?
Jacob Rees-Mogg is PaddyPower’s second favourite MP to replace John Bercow as Speaker of the House.
The anti-establishment and Eurosceptic movement has the wind firmly in its sails.
According to Ladbrokes betting odds, the Prime Minister herself is the favourite to exit the country's top governing team.
Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein said that he is surprised that Brexit has not had a more negative effect on the UK economy.
The City watchdog said Monday it was limiting the number of new initiatives it takes on for the year ahead, saying Brexit is "inevitably the priority" in its business plan published Monday.
Good news for bankers! Dealmaking this year has jumped to levels close to a pre-credit-crunch peak reached more than a decade ago.