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Nate Olson and William Reinsch quoted in Financial Post on Possible British Talent and Capital Decline After Brexit

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The same forces that helped build London into a global financial superpower now appear to be lining up against it as the dust settles from last week’s Brexit vote.

Long viewed as a top destination for bankers and businesses seeking a gateway to Europe, British banks now face the prospect that talent and capital may start to flow elsewhere.


“Don’t expect a mass exodus from London, but do expect a decline in new inward investment as companies realize they will no longer be able to access the EU from the U.K. and need to have a location inside the now-27 member union,” said William Reinsch of the Stimson Center, a Washington-based think-tank.

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