Published: Wed, August 02, 2017
World Media | By Joan Schultz

Battle of Brexit: Race for London's business

Battle of Brexit: Race for London's business

In total eight offers have been made to host the EBA, which regulates the European banking sector, assessing risks and vulnerabilities by carrying out EU-wide stress tests.

All candidate cities will now be evaluated and a decision will take place on 30 September by the European Commission.

The cities seen as leading the race for the EMA are Amsterdam, Barcelona and Lille in France, with Athens, Bonn, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Milan, Porto, Sofia, Stockholm, Malta, Vienna, Warsaw and Zagreb also in contention.

Amid the rivalry to host the EMA, the Netherlands, Ireland and Denmark have hosted events in Brussels to promote their bids The number of states vying for the EMA is reckoned to be 21.

The European Council said Tuesday that it has received 19 bids from cities wanting to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which is set to leave London due to Brexit.

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Competing against other European Union bids, it says a Dublin move would be the least disruptive for the agencies' staff.

Six countries - Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, and Slovenia - have not presented a candidate.

Criteria include the "accessibility of the location", "adequate education facilities for the children of staff members" and "appropriate access to the labour market, social security and medical care for both children and spouses". Nineteen countries have reportedly expressed their interest, and Croatia is one of them.

HUNDREDS of European Union scientists based in London will refuse to move after Brexit, it was reported today in the latest boost for Britain's future.

"Luxembourg has not positioned itself as vultures circling round the Tower of London waiting for all those jobs to fly out our way", Luxembourg's ambassador George Friden told reporters in Brussels. Competition is likely to be intense with the medicines agency employing 900 people and the banking agency having 159 staff.

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