Finance firms returning to offices

Financial districts have been quiet during the coronavirus lockdown, but some firms have started to return with greatly reduced numbers as well as safety measures. At Goldman Sachs, some staff have returned on rotating shift patterns and Citibank has allowed less than 10% of London-based staff to return.

 

 

 

PwC is allowing limited numbers to return in six UK offices, saying it could accommodate 15% of its 20,000 staff. Some in the sector previously hinted at a more permanent shift, with Barclays CEO envisioning branches as alternative sites for corporate staff and Morgan Stanley’s CEO saying he could see staff working from home more in future.

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