The LSE and Deutsche Boerse have said the Brexit does not affect their merger
The London Stock Exchange and Deutsche
Boerse face a crucial week in their efforts to secure support
for their planned merger amid growing pressure in Germany for
the headquarters of the combined entity to be switched to
Frankfurt from London following the Brexit vote.
The worker’s council of
Deutsche Boerse, which represents the interests of the German
exchange’s employees, redoubled its calls on
Friday for the headquarters of the merged Deutsche Boerse-LSE
to be in Frankfurt rather than London as planned.
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