International banks considering relocating some business away from London in the aftermath of Brexit are increasingly favouring Frankfurt. Patrick Jenkins discusses why the German city appears to have the early edge over rival financial centres with Martin Arnold, the FT's banking editor, and Hubertus Väth, who is spearheading Frankfurt's lobbying effort. Music by Kevin MacLeod

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