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    Credit Suisse will move 250 investment banking jobs out of London due to Brexit, Bloomberg reports. The work will shift to Madrid or Frankfurt; the company had briefly considered Paris but backed down after consultations with French officials. Credit Suisse has 5,500 employees in London and is one of the first banks to announce contingency plans as it prepares for Britain’s exit from the EU. Deutsche Bank has also announced it will moves jobs to Frankfurt, Milan and Paris. Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, HSBC, and UBS have also talked about relocation without being specific.
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    (Original post by richard10012)
    Credit Suisse will move 250 investment banking jobs out of London due to Brexit, Bloomberg reports. The work will shift to Madrid or Frankfurt; the company had briefly considered Paris but backed down after consultations with French officials. Credit Suisse has 5,500 employees in London and is one of the first banks to announce contingency plans as it prepares for Britain’s exit from the EU. Deutsche Bank has also announced it will moves jobs to Frankfurt, Milan and Paris. Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, HSBC, and UBS have also talked about relocation without being specific.
    5% then. If Brexit turned out ok then there could be a lot more jobs made here. They will have t have some active offices n the continent to still be able to do business. Hardly a mass exit.
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    5% then. If Brexit turned out ok then there could be a lot more jobs made here. They will have t have some active offices n the continent to still be able to do business. Hardly a mass exit.
    There could also be even less jobs.
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    (Original post by richard10012)
    Credit Suisse will move 250 investment banking jobs out of London due to Brexit, Bloomberg reports. The work will shift to Madrid or Frankfurt; the company had briefly considered Paris but backed down after consultations with French officials. Credit Suisse has 5,500 employees in London and is one of the first banks to announce contingency plans as it prepares for Britain’s exit from the EU. Deutsche Bank has also announced it will moves jobs to Frankfurt, Milan and Paris. Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, HSBC, and UBS have also talked about relocation without being specific.
    250???? Hahahaha

    Mass exit?

    You serious or doing some satire?
 
 
 
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