Another blow for ‘Leave’ argument as Brexit prompts Credit Suisse to move jobs

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Didn’t the Brexiteers say no jobs would be threatened by our departure from the European Union?

Weren’t we told businesses would be climbing over each other to relocate into the United Kingdom?

Why did people give any credence to these bare-faced liars?

Credit Suisse plans to move about 250 banker jobs out of London under its first phase of Brexit planning, according to reports.

Employees in areas such as trading and mergers and acquisitions were likely to be relocated to Frankfurt or Madrid, Bloomberg reported.

The Swiss bank employs about 5,500 staff in London.

Source: Brexit prompts Credit Suisse to move jobs

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4 thoughts on “Another blow for ‘Leave’ argument as Brexit prompts Credit Suisse to move jobs

  1. paul

    i’m not sure that your average leave voter is going to be saddened by 250 investment bankers possibly having to leave the country or get a new job, most will probably welcome the news, sad but true…

  2. NMac

    The utter lunacy of Brexit needs to be stopped ASAP. Somebody should have the guts to stand up and admit that the referendum was the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on a whole nation – by a small cabal of extremely nasty right wing politicians.

  3. aunty1960

    Oh, this is the Swiss bank from the Country Switzerland who are also not in the EU

    but however were punished by EU since 2014 and had all EU funding and support for all scientists and all sciEntific projects based from Switzerland until they submitted and had to accept open borders

    So mass mad migration by desperate poor people not knowing where they are going and being exploited by all and being full of thugs and criminals who exploit this moving pool of mass human misery is more important than any scientific discovery or advancement.

    STILL WANT TO BANG ON ABOUT EU Nice Place Nice People until you say NO.

    Over 10,,000 refugee migrating CHILDREN have disappeared to be sold and exploited in the child sex market and slavery.

    YEAH GREAT FRIKKEN IDEA But then idealism always comes first before common sense of how human nature is and the facts of vile exploitation and intentional organised criminal misuse of a glorious opportunity of mass migration of suffering.

    Oh and police etc have given up on trying to deal and take on organised crime and crimjnal gangs. They now say IT IS BRITISH CULTURE NOW. have to accept it as we cannot do anything about it, it is too big and we have no powers. also the criminal gangs networks and chiefs backhand govts local govts dignitaties and decision makers just as much as any building developer or freemason fraternity handshake.


  4. Ann Ford

    I think these will be the first of many. We are hearing of factories closing and job losses quite regularly now and I think it will continue and gather pace as we get closer to brexit.

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