Financial Centre Reports

Helaba Financial Centre Study “In Pole Position for Brexit Bankers”

The latest financial centre study by Helaba’s Research unit, which was published today, shows that the German financial centre is in pole position when it comes to competing for businesses and workers looking to relocate from London. A number of banks have already announced that they will relocate jobs from the river Thames to the […]

Financial Centre Focus: “Brexit – Let’s go Frankfurt”

Financial Centre Frankfurt the preferred destination for Brexit-induced job relocation In a comparison of European financial centres, Frankfurt clearly ranks in second place behind London. With numerous qualities in its favour, the German banking centre is an attractive location for domestic and international players in the financial sector and has the potential of becoming the […]

Financial Centre Study: every crisis brings opportunities

Helaba presented its third major financial centre study in April 2009. This year’s study examines the effects of the global financial crisis on the German banking capital and finds that the Financial Centre Frankfurt has been less affected by the crisis than London, thus has the chance to improve its position in the financial world.

Financial Centre Focus: the largest banks in Frankfurt

In their new study, Helaba ranks the Financial Centre Frankfurt’s largest banks by employee strength for the first time. This new, survey-based ranking comprises the twelve largest banks and three major financial institutions. “Together, these players together make up more than three quarters of local bank employment – a broad basis for our employment forecast,” […]

Financial Centre Focus: moderate jobs reductions at Frankfurt’s banks

The financial center Frankfurt has a good chance to emerge as a relative winner from the adjustment process in the financial world brought on by the crisis. So far, the number of banks has barely dropped in the wake of the financial crisis, and the metropolis on the Main has proved itself an attractive center […]

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