Investment Bank Morgan Stanley has refuted earlier reports on the transfer of its employees from the London office in the Dublin and Frankfurt. On Friday, June 24, reports The Independent. Statements about the absence of plans to relocate their offices to the British or to reduce there number of jobs were also made by Goldman Sachs and HSBC.
On Friday, June 24, BBC News, citing its sources reported that Morgan Stanley has started to transfer employees in the amount of two thousand people in other European units. To move them was allowed by the legislation under which the Bank can operate throughout the EU in the presence of office only in one country.
On the morning of 24 June, the Bank of England said it stood ready to provide additional liquidity in the amount of 250 billion pounds (about 345 billion dollars) to support the financial sector after Brexit.
A referendum in the UK on the question of the future presence of the EU was held on Thursday, June 23. Supporters of Brexit won with 51.9% of votes. The EU authorities have already stated that you expect from the London of the early official application to withdraw from the community.
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