Wednesday February 19, 2020

Osborne meets big investment banks after Brexit

JPMorgan chief warns 'few thousand' jobs could leave Britain

7th July, 2016
JPMorgan employs 16,000 in Britain Pic: Getty

British Chancellor George Osborne has met representatives of international investment banks including Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and JPMorgan to discuss the implications of Brexit.

A spokeswoman for Prime Minister David Cameron said the talks were part of "a sustained engagement with business on the decision to leave the EU".

The meeting came as the chief executive of US banking giant JPMorgan Chase warned that he may relocate “a few thousand” of his employees from Britain...

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