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Goldman Sachs could move 2,000 jobs out of the UK if there's a 'Hard Brexit'

Goldman Sachs is preparing plans to move around 2,000 British jobs overseas if the UK loses its financial passporting rights after Brexit, according to the Sunday Times. The newspaper cites an unnamed City sources as saying that the investment bank is looking at moving a third of its 6,000 strong UK workforce to mainland Europe in the event of a "Hard Brexit." Business Insider has contacted Goldman Sachs for comment and we will update when we hear back.
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