Post Brexit London

Post-Brexit

Decision Time: European Cities Strive to Attract Global Banking

Financial Institutions face uncertainty due to the current political situation, which is leading to the development of new strategies and the potential relocation of activities. Digitization offers opportunities to pursue a more cost-effective location strategy for front-, middle-, and back office activities

As Europe’s financial institutions consider moving operations away from the UK, we analyze the benefits and investment opportunities in Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Paris, Luxembourg, Frankfurt and Warsaw.

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„How European cities attract British financial institutions“

AMSTERDAM

Key Differentiator:
Large skilled and English-speaking workforce, main digital hub of Europe

BRUSSELS

Key Differentiator:
Hosts European Institutions, “European capital”

DUBLIN

Key Differentiator:
Attractive corporate tax rates

FRANKFURT

Key Differentiator:
ECB headquater, economic & financial center, largest international airport in Germany

LUXEMBOURG

Key Differentiator:
Homebase of Europe’s fund-industry

PARIS

Key Differentiator:
3 years lease lengths offering key mobility

WARSAW

Key Differentiator:
Low labor cost

Visit our Post-Brexit session at EXPO REAL 2019

„How European cities attract British financial institutions“

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Chris Marshall

Market Sectors Leader Financial Institutions / Commercial Developers +49 162 2444484 Ask me a question