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Investors snap up offices in key Europe cities ahead of Brexit

They're also going for plots with building potential as about 70,000 jobs could leave the UK finance industry

The euro sculpture illuminated in Frankfurt, Germany. Vacancy rates for prime space in the business districts of Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam are at the lowest levels in about a decade.


A PROPERTY company managed by Schroders Plc is bidding for an office building in Frankfurt, anticipating the banking fallout from Brexit will boost values in the German financial centre.

The London-based property investor isn't alone preparing for an exodus from the British...