BANK OF AMERICA DOUBLE DOWN ON LONDON – With many banks still unaware about what they will do post Brexit, Bank of America has doubled down on London by signing a 10 year lease on their London HQ, keeping them in the UK until 2032. The bank currently operates from 2 King Edward Street, which has circa 585,000 sq ft of space. Despite much of the banking community still yet to make a decision on their future in the UK, a handful of firms such as Deutsche Bank, Wells Fargo, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group and now Bank of America have bought or leased London buildings since the referendum. Have we hit a turning point in the Brexit negotiations? Only time will tell. #SpartanInternational