Nomura to relocate European hub from London to Frankfurt - reports

Transferring up to 100 staff

Natalie Kenway
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Nomura seeking to relocate EU hub to Frankfurt

Japanese brokerage firm Nomura is looking to move its European headquarters from London to Frankfurt, resulting in the transfer of up to 100 employees, according to reports.

Bloomberg reported the firm is to begin preparations this month to form a hub in the German city, despite the prospect of a 'softer' Brexit after Theresa May failed to win a majority in the snap general...

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