Bank of America has signed a lease for an office building in Paris that can house up to 1,000 staff, making formal its decision to relocate from London after Brexit, sources said. Many banks have announced a move out of London as it grows increasingly likely that the EU will deny passporting rights to the UK, thus preventing it from servicing businesses in the EU.
BofA reportedly chooses Paris as European trading hub
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