Japanese bank blames Brexit for move to Amsterdam

The Japanese PM with Theresa May in London on Thursday. Photograph: Pool/Reuters One of Japan’s largest banks has blamed Brexit for its decision to move part of its business to Amsterdam, 24 hours aft…
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