JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon has reportedly warned the company may have to move jobs out of London more quickly than expected if the UK fails to agree a handover period for EU single market access once Brexit comes into force.
Dimon (pictured) told Financial News that although the company would ideally like to keep all of its 16,000 UK workers in the country, it is now preparing for a range of scenarios which includes relocating...
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