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Daniele Nouy, head of supervision at the European Central Bank, said about 50 banks have discussed their Brexit business-relocation plans with authorities in the European Union.Nouy said in Frankfurt Tuesday that license applications from about 20 banks are in some stage of assessment by supervisors on the continent. The U.K. could lose as many as 75,000 jobs in banking and insurance if it leaves the EU without a trade deal, according to Sam Woods, Britain's top banking regulator.Nouy said some banks have discussed their Brexit plans with euro-area supervisors several times.
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