Office workers are seen in the London Place business district near Tower Bridge in central London February 9, 2011. Britain finalised a tortuous deal with banks on Wednesday to curb bonuses and boost lending to business, but critics said the agreement would be hard to enforce and mere "political theatre".
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE) - RTXXN3M

Only 10,000 finance jobs out of 350,000 are leaving London so far because of Brexit

10,000

Financial institutions in London will change almost 10,000 roles, either moving them from the UK to the EU or duplicating them in the EU, because of Brexit.

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Office workers are seen in the London Place business district near Tower Bridge in central London February 9, 2011. Britain finalised a tortuous deal with banks on Wednesday to curb bonuses and boost lending to business, but critics said the agreement would be hard to enforce and mere "political theatre".
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE) - RTXXN3M
10,000

Reuters gathered that number from almost 40 financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, and private equity firms.

Office workers are seen in the London Place business district near Tower Bridge in central London February 9, 2011. Britain finalised a tortuous deal with banks on Wednesday to curb bonuses and boost lending to business, but critics said the agreement would be hard to enforce and mere "political theatre".
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE) - RTXXN3M
10,000

Those 10,000 jobs represent a small fraction of the 350,000 people employed by those firms. But that number could increase over the next years.

Office workers are seen in the London Place business district near Tower Bridge in central London February 9, 2011. Britain finalised a tortuous deal with banks on Wednesday to curb bonuses and boost lending to business, but critics said the agreement would be hard to enforce and mere "political theatre".
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE) - RTXXN3M
10,000

Previous estimates varied from 30,000 jobs being moved from London to a financial center in the EU up to 2020, to 75,000 jobs up to 2022, to 232,000 jobs up to 2024.

Office workers are seen in the London Place business district near Tower Bridge in central London February 9, 2011. Britain finalised a tortuous deal with banks on Wednesday to curb bonuses and boost lending to business, but critics said the agreement would be hard to enforce and mere "political theatre".
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE) - RTXXN3M
10,000

Germany and France are so far the most popular destinations. Some 5,470 of those 10,000 jobs are being moved to Frankfurt. Some 1,800 are being moved to Paris.

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