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a big thanks for their roots in the u. k. have to say regardless of the country's european states is unrighteous finish said said to alex smith hearing canary wharf london's financial hub where the possibility of any you exit may not mean multinationals just up sticks deutsche bank this week said that it's considering whether it would move some of it started out of london if in the event of a u. k. leaving the european union the cities that have really been looking to compete with london over the years have been frank for paris and dublin but have effectively moving to one of these cities will be difficult for any of these banks to move in the scale that i need to based on the real estate requirements that they have with totes a real estate agent smith said that to do anything quickly would be very difficult oversee over time if the if the banks were given time to develop new office space in those places it would be a different matter birthday is a big factor for these banks they have fun trading floors which to suit their requirements that have the space and the technology that they need as well those things take time to establish some but they're also have to factor that plays well as well as questions like tax and how how people feel about that towns in which they live and whether you can attract , a kind of %HESITATION expertise that you need , for the banks of today