IFC poll puts New York further ahead of Brexit-battered London

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The annual Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI), published today, shows London barely holding on to second place with New York cementing its place at the number one spot. New York extended its lead as the world's top financial center by 17 points over London, which lost 14 points. Hong Kong, despite recent turmoil, rose to 3rd place. The GFCI index rates 114 financial centers around the world, based on various assessments and data from finance sector professionals. The survey was launched in London by Z/Yen Group in partnership with the China Development Institute. Michael Mainell...

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Christopher Copper-Ind is editor-in-chief of International Investment. Before this, he was editorial director of The Business Year, from 2014 to 2017.