- Companies do not blow if they threaten to move their activities to London to other countries. That claims the mayor of the British capital, who in an interview with the BBC warned that, due to the uncertainty surrounding the UK departure from the EU, companies would have a 'B \u0026 # x27; \u0026 # x27; have to make.
Mayor Sadiq Khan commented on a Twitter message from topman Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs. He wrote this week in particular to have the meaning of Frankfurt. 'And that's beautiful, because I'll spend a lot more time there,' said Blankfein, who closed his message with the hashtag #Brexit.
According to Khan, Blankfein's comment is not on its own. 'He openly suggests a lot of CEOs and investors who work privately in London to work privately,' said the mayor. 'And that's why they are forced to make a plan B unless they get clarity about what will happen after March 29, 2019. ''
The negotiations on the brexit are still ongoing. According to Khan, the statements of the Goldman Sachs topman must be taken seriously. 'He did not bluff. I talk to companies every day and they do not bluff. ''