REPORT: Japan’s biggest bank chooses Amsterdam ahead of Frankfurt for post-Brexit EU hub

LONDON – Japan’s biggest bank, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, has chosen the Dutch capital Amsterdam as the location of its post-Brexit EU headquarters, according to a report from the Financial Times on Sunday. Citing “two people briefed on the …
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