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Trains are leaving Amsterdam Centraal station almost three-quarters empty in an attempt to avoid long queues.
ondon trains leave Amsterdam at least 78% empty because of constraints on UK border checks. / Thousands of seats are deliberately going unsold on Eurostar trains every day as the cross-Channel train operator struggles with post-Brexit passport controls.
A growing tech company in Peterborough has opened an office in Holland in a bid to get round Brexit red tape.
Brexit was always going to be a recipe for the long-term decline of London as a financial centre Any ideas that suggested otherwise were ludicrous.
Britain on Friday launched a post-Brexit plan to relax curbs on its powerhouse City sector introduced after the 2008 financial crisis, denying the reforms will bring about new instability.
Britain is easing banking rules brought in after the 2008 global financial crisis in a bid to attract investment and secure London’s status as Europe’s leading finance center.
Battle focuses on what EU sees as bloc’s over-reliance on London’s clearing houses handling euro-denominated derivatives.
'Wimbledonisation' helped the City of London become Europe’s financial capital. But leaving the EU has been much less of an advantage.
The Chancellor is trying to keep talent in a financial sector that is losing ground to the EU. / Of all the things the government could be doing to improve the economy right now, scrapping the cap on bankers’ bonuses seems like the most brazenly tone-deaf.
As you may have noticed Jacob Rees Mogg Esquire – as no doubt he would style himself – has invited the public to submit suggestions on the theme of ‘Opportunities of Brexit’. I could not resist replying. Could I possibly suggest that you, after reading this, do the same?
The Dutch foreign investment agency NFIA was involved last year in helping 423 foreign companies either set up in business in the Netherlands or expand their current operations, the agency said on Thursday.
Amsterdam ended 2021 as Europe's top share trading venue, holding its lead over London despite efforts by the British financial centre to make its equity markets more attractive after Brexit.
Britain has been outside the EU’s legal regime for a year and has faced a number of impacts.
The French capital has gained one year on from Brexit, but cities such as Dublin, Amsterdam and Frankfurt have also emerged as winners.
Britain must work with other countries to prevent friction on medicine rules post-Brexit to avoid being sidelined by the global drug industry, according to a report from the U.K.’s biggest pharmaceutical lobby group.
THE UK's decision to break away from the EU cost service exports more than £110 billion over a four-year period, new research has shown.
State’s 2016-2019 services exports £126bn higher than projections based on prior trends
Irish shippers increasingly turning to direct shipping services to continental Europe are set to see a sharp injection of unaccompanied capacity, as carriers respond to growing demand.
Since the Brexit, a shift of volumes has been observed to Ireland, and rail is taking the benefit. In Ireland as well as in Europe, seabound cargo is reaching the hinterland by train. And the volumes continue to increase, judging by the number of vessels going out.
Dublin was been chosen as the most desirable place for jobs from London’s financial district, as 135 firms have relocated business to the Irish capital because of Brexit, according to new research.
Investment banks are shifting more rainmakers out of London to financial centres across the European Union, accelerating the pace of moves after the pandemic and uncertainty over Britain’s access to the bloc slowed relocations.
The U.K.’s departure from the European Union has gifted the City of London’s European rivals with a once-in-a-generation opportunity to win back some of the business that has gravitated towards the Square Mile over the past few decades.
In the race for business lost by the City of London because of Brexit, Amsterdam’s stock market has surprised European rivals by carving out the biggest slice so far.
More than 440 firms in banking and finance have moved or are moving part of their business, staff, assets or legal entities from the UK to the EU, and 48 of them have come to Amsterdam, according to research by British think-tank New Financial.