Goldman Sachs warns UK investment could take a Brexit hit

Goldman Sachs warns UK investment could take a Brexit hit

David Solomon told the BBC that while there has been a frozen headcount in the UK, the bank has been adding staff in the EU over the last two years. The outcome of Brexit would affect decisions about Goldman’s people and resources, he said. The Wall Street giant employs 6,000 people in the UK.

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Mark Oulaghan
Mark Oulaghan 1 year

fear mongering twaddle

pengersic 1
pengersic 1 1 year

Wow. Imagine that. Goldman Sachs is pro globalists. Who would have guessed?

Oliver Biscuit
Oliver Biscuit 1 year

You shitting me? Brexit will make things a lot easier for the people and businesses in the UK as they won't be paying to keep the EU afloat. I'd be ecstatic if I were an investor.

Eric M
Eric M 1 year

Greed speaks out!

Justin White
Justin White 1 year

Of course it will. Investors are afraid of change. But they'll see the UK economy thrive (especially if Scotland ceedes) and they will be invigorated in investing again.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

Sounds like same strategy trump has been using.

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