Japan’s biggest bank ‘set to move investment operations from London to Amsterdam’ because of Brexit

Japan’s biggest bank is reportedly set to move its European investment operations from London to Amsterdam because of the uncertainty posed by Brexit. MUFG could move hundreds of its 2,100 London employees to the Dutch capital, sources told the Financial …
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