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Brexit threatening London's place as banking hub

Between 15,000 and 80,000 finance jobs could leave the city over the next two years, leading to the rise of other rivals such as Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin
Monday, May 15, 2017 - 05:50

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At least one-third of London's financial industry revenues involve business inside Britain. Another third is tied to the world outside Europe.

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FROM a skyscraper in Canary Wharf, the once-bustling cluster of docks transformed into a global banking centre, traders at Citigroup's regional headquarters move unfathomable sums of money around the planet. They are exploiting London's unrivalled connections to the intricate

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