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Frankfurt is winning the battle for London’s banking jobs after Brexit

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Banks in London should move 14,000 banking jobs to EU cities because of Brexit. So far, the most are going to Frankfurt, 2,850 jobs, according to Bloomberg.

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UBS, Citigroup, and Goldman Sachs, among others, are moving to Frankfurt, which is both the financial capital of Germany and the seat of the European Central Bank.

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So much interest from financial institutions is squeezing the real estate market in Frankfurt. There is a shortage of large office spaces in the city center.

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Banking jobs moving from London to other European cities

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Meanwhile, Paris will get 1,400 of those 14,000 jobs so far (from HSBC and Société Générale), and Dublin, only 150 jobs (from Barclays).

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Banks still need to decide where to move some 9,000 jobs. EU financial capitals are making campaigns and even giving tax cuts to gain those jobs.

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