Brexit gloom grows as 11% of investment professionals reveal they plan to leave City

Looming threat of no deal

Mike Sheen
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Brexit gloom grows as 11% of investment professionals reveal they plan to leave City

A growing number of investment professionals believe the UK is heading for a hard Brexit and the country's departure from the European Union will be detrimental to the City's competitiveness, with the number expecting to leave the UK as a result jumping by nearly 25% in a year.

Research from CFA UK found the proportion of City investment professionals expecting a hard Brexit, whereby the UK leave the EU without a deal on its future relationship with the bloc, has grown to 22.5%...

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