It may not last but once again London has come out in pole position in terms of global financial cities for a second consecutive year, increasing its lead over New York by 22 points to 780. The Z/Yen index looks at 92 financial centres in terms of infrastructure, quality staff, technological innovation, regulatory framework and ability to attract international personnel. In third place came Hong Kong and fourth Singapore, though Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris were all creeping up the rankings.
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