Goldman Sachs International's CEO Richard Gnodde has said his firm has been forced by the uncertainty of the Brexit negotiations to keep "buying insurance" to prepare for business after the March 2019 deadline.
According to the BBC, the firm's most senior employee outside of the US said while it remained important to have a presence in London, Goldman Sachs needs to be prepared to have a contingency plan come...
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