TP Icap, the world's largest interdealer broker, has revealed today that it is in talks with a number of European financial regulators about moving its "EU trading hub" from London post-Brexit.
London has overtaken New York as the top real estate investment spot for Norway's massive $1 trillion (£715bn) sovereign wealth fund.
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.
International Women’s Day never passes without fevered debate around whether it is really necessary, but this year there are more arguments than usual in favour of dedicating a day to women.
The vast majority of big global investors believe London has the best talent pool for financial services in Europe, according to a survey to be published today.
Areas such as trading and M&A will most likely begin relocating.
Goldman Sachs is considering selling its massive new headquarters in London and leasing it back.
The City's bulge-bracket brokers have struggled with increased competition from mid-cap specialists, according to analysis of the biggest winners and losers in client numbers over the last five years.
Bank of America is the latest overseas bank to commit its long-term future to the U.K. even as the country prepares for Brexit.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc.’s European banking unit agreed to lease a new European headquarters from British Land Co. and GIC Pte at London’s Broadgate complex.
London has been voted by finance professionals as the world's top financial centre for the first time since 2013, according to a report released Thursday.
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The number of finance jobs due to be moved because of Brexit by March 2019 has shrunk substantially in the past six months, with fewer moves out of Britain now expected.