Investment Bank Moves Jobs to Britain

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The Dutch investment banking giant ING is moving as many as 60 trading jobs to London from both Amsterdam and Brussels. The €44 billion firm is cutting 11% of its global workforce and chose London, the financial capital of the world, as the destination for a chunk of its European workforce. This is all despite George Osborne claiming financial services would be hit and 400,000 service sector jobs would be at risk if we voted to leave. It turns out financial jobs are at risk. In the EU…


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