Entries by Sabine Knöß

Study quantifies job growth in Frankfurt due to Brexit

What is the total job growth in Frankfurt and its surrounding area as a result of the Brexit? This and other questions were discussed by journalists with representatives of WHU, company Frankfurt Economic Development, and Frankfurt Main Finance. The occasion was the publication of the study Winning Frankfurt: Brexit Bankers Bring More Welfare To Frankfurt […]

Frankfurt celebrates Museums on the Main

Two million people visit the Museum Embankment Festival every year in the banking city of Frankfurt. The event is now taking place again from August 25th to 27th. It’s counted among the largest and most spectacular art and culture festivals in Europe: the Museum Embankment Festival (Museumsuferfest) in the heart of Frankfurt. It’s therefore no […]

“Influx to Frankfurt – chances for the city as business location, financial centre and modern metropolis”

Frankfurt will profit when many bankers move from the Thames to the Main. Here is an interview about the chances and challenges with Dr. Rolf E. Stokburger, Managing Partner, Germany, at the international HR consultancy Boyden and a specialist in the search and placement of executive personnel. People working in London’s financial sector seem increasingly […]

Is the EBA coming to Frankfurt?

In the wake of the Brexit vote, the European Banking Authority has to relocate. The Brexit has been talked about for a long time – now things are starting to move. More and more banks are deciding to transfer their activities from London to Frankfurt. Deutsche Bank and Citigroup are two prominent examples. But major […]

Frankfurt’s international talent pool reaching new depths

In the wake of the UK Brexit decision, it’s now evident that many financial service providers will be relocating their EU locations from London to Frankfurt. In purely practical terms, this means that many people are facing having to move from the Thames to the Main during the foreseeable future. This impending change is not […]

Happy Birthday Deutsche Bundesbank!

The German Central Bank, headquartered in the banking centre Frankfurt am Main, is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Almost 13 billion German marks (DM) are still in circulation – one of the reasons is because many Germans are still hanging on to the coins or notes from the old currency as a souvenir. The cash can […]

Do you have any questions?

In the wake of the Brexit decision, a number of banks will be relocating. This raises a lot of questions – political ones as well as quite practical ones. The search for an alternative location to London is currently occupying the thoughts of globally operating banks. Some have already opted for Frankfurt and are currently […]