£1trn in assets left the EU since referendum

EY Brexit Tracker

 £1trn in assets left the EU since referendum

£1trn in assets left the EU since referendum

More than 7,500 jobs and over £1trn in assets have left the country since the EU referendum, according EY.

EY's Brexit Tracker revealed that that more than 400 UK financial services had been relocated to Europe in the last quarter ahead of the Brexit transition period ending on 31 December. The tracker, which monitors the public statements made by 222 of the largest financial services firms with significant operations in the UK, revealed that 88 firms have confirmed at least one location in Europe where they are moving or considering moving to or adding staff since the referendum. Deep Dive into UK equities: Time to hold your nerve? Dublin remains the most popular destination for staff ...

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