In the reality, London has attracted most media attention, but on FinTech exits or "real Unicorns" is already a more mixed story. In payments and Trading Stockholm with players like Klarna and Amsterdam with GlobalCollect, Adyen, Flowtraders, etc. have proven to lead the way. London is more FX/Remittance, capital markets and Lending.
Gathering storm: In the post-referendum, pre-agreement vacuum, Europe’s financial centres are positioning themselves to catch London’s crown if it does fall On July 18 property brokers in central London breathed a collective sigh of relief. Wells Fargo, the world’s largest bank, signed a £300 million deal to base its new European headquarters in London. It was a sign, however small, that the City would not perhaps tumble into a Brexit-induced abyss.