The UK will stand the test of time

Among the financial centres of the world, London continues to perform well against the growing instability and deteriorating economies of some other capitals.
While only 13% of the UK population live in London, it is responsible for 23% of the UK economy, and continually adds to the nation's wealth, where in 2016 the capital contributed £32.6 billion more to the national purse than it took out. The UK’s resilience in the face of Brexit and the Coronavirus will be further tested no doubt but to date it has held up remarkably well and suggests there will be opportunities for overseas business and finance.
Hong Kong was another prime location for financial services and its economy was rated the freest in the world from 1995 through 2019, however its political and social issues are denting its reputation as a city for new business propositions.