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Norway's DNB unlikely to shift from London post-Brexit, CEO says

DNB ASA, Norway's largest lender, does not plan to adjust its London operations after Britain leaves the EU and sees Brexit as possibly bringing opportunities, CEO Rune Bjerke told Bloomberg News on April 4.

The lender has roughly 100 employees in London, but as banks including Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plan to reduce or shift operations from the U.K., Bjerke said DNB had not found "any reason to take any special measures" but was "closely monitoring" the situation.