‘Unlikely’ London’s financial hub will move to Europe – BoE’s Cunliffe

Sir John Cunliffe
Cunliffe: London's financial hub will not move to Europe

It is unlikely London's leading position as a financial centre will be replicated elsewhere in Europe following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, a deputy governor from the Bank of England has said.

"It takes an awful lot of time and human capital – it is based around the interaction of financial services and other services," said Jon Cunliffe during an appearance before the House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee today (October 12).

"The idea that that just moves somewhere

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