Big US banks began to move their operations outside Britain, shortly after the results of the referendum, which showed the British desire to secede from the European Union, while the governor of the French central bank warned that the British financial services groups in danger of losing their right to work in the European Union.
The newspaper "Financial Times" the British, the US investment bank initiated legal action to transfer its operations executives and managers from Britain.
She noted that the big banks are American such as "Goldman Sachs" and "Bank of America", and "Citi," and "Morgan Stanley" and "Morgan Chase", which employ tens of thousands of British began to move their operations including the United Kingdom action operations , to cities such as Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris.
The executive director of one of the big US banks: "We started thinking practically in repositioning our office in Europe, and we could see banks may transfer its headquarters from London."
The lawyers called for these banks warnings that he could lose all or part of the facilities won by its presence in Britain and used in the sale of services to customers in Europe, according to the secession negotiations between Britain and the European Union. Aa