1 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe Key points London hosts 40 per cent of the European headquarters of the world s top companies 60 per cent of top non-european companies with headquarters in Europe have chosen London as their base London has greater pre-eminence in Europe than New York has within North America London is also Europe s leading centre for high-skill employment Contacts David Sproul Senior Partner and Chief Executive +44 (0) Angus Knowles-Cutler London Senior Partner +44 (0) Chris Gentle Partner and Head of Deloitte Insight +44 (0) UKFutures
2 Contents Foreword 3 Introduction 4 Executive summary 5 London: A magnet for business 6 London: A centre for high-skills employment 8 Why choose London? 10 The challenges 11 Recommendations 12 End notes 13 In this publication, references to Deloitte are references to Deloitte LLP, the UK member firm of DTTL.
3 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 3 Foreword Successful global cities thrive on their capacity to draw in business, investment, talent and influence from around the world. No city is stronger in this regard than London, which stands today as the fastest growing city in Europe and an unrivalled international hub for business. For centuries, the British capital has led the world as a centre for commerce, bolstered by our time zone and language, but also an entrepreneurial spirit and open outlook which persists to this day. London s particular strengths in skilled, knowledgebased sectors such as finance, professional services, technology and life sciences, all identify the city as a primary location to base global and regional operations and the finest location on earth for recruiting highly skilled people. Along with these incredible assets, we also face considerable challenges to provide the transport infrastructure, housing, workspace and culture necessary to meet the needs of London s growing population. Long-term planning is essential to maintain and strengthen the city s position as the greatest city in the world, and to ensure that those with high-level specialist skills continue to make London their home. I am committed to meeting this challenge and driving this work forward in the coming years. My 2020 Vision for London outlines my objectives to ensure that London maintains its position as the pre-eminent city in the global economy, and I am working tirelessly to deliver these aims. Boris Johnson Mayor of London This fascinating research by Deloitte LLP contributes greatly to this discussion. I shall consider this report s recommendations carefully as we plan for London s continued prosperity.
4 4 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe Introduction London is the pre-eminent business centre in Europe. By the measures used in this study, it is more central to the economy of Europe than New York is to the economy of North America. And no Asian city has a comparable position of dominance in the Far East. There are many reasons for London s success, and Deloitte LLP predicts that it will enjoy further significant growth in the future. But to make this possible, there are challenges to be met and overcome. Angus Knowles-Cutler London Senior Partner Deloitte opened its very first office in London, back in London is still our biggest client-serving location, despite having grown our global network to over 175 countries and territories. As a consequence, the commercial success of London is of great importance to us, as it is to our clients. We hope that this study helps stimulate a useful and constructive debate.
5 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 5 Executive summary London is the undisputed business capital of Europe. Significant numbers of major companies have chosen London for their global or European headquarters, and London continues to attract the largest proportion of high-skilled talent. By these two key measures, London has greater pre-eminence in Europe than New York enjoys in North America. Deloitte has undertaken research to assess its standing. London has greater pre-eminence in Europe than New York enjoys in North America This study looks at the location of the global or regional headquarters of the Top 250 companies in Europe and North America, and at the levels of high-skill employment in the leading five European and five North American business cities. A survey of the views of 150 leading London businesses reinforces the view that London will retain its position of strength and will continue to grow as a global commercial centre. In order to retain its pre-eminence, London must face up to a number of challenges, in areas such as infrastructure, housing and education. There is also the risk of skills shortages amid the global competition to attract talent. These issues need to be understood and managed in order to preserve London s unique global position.
6 6 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe London: A magnet for business Measured by the locations of business headquarters, London is by far the leading commercial centre in Europe. Our analysis is based on what we call the Top 250 companies: these are the 250 largest companies, measured by revenue in 2013, in the Fortune Global 500 rankings of the top 500 corporations worldwide. The analysis shows that of the Top 250 companies with global or regional headquarters in Europe, 40 per cent are located in London. Figure 1. HQ location of Top 250 companies with global or regional HQ in Europe Ranking City Country Percentage of European HQs 1 London United Kingdom 40% 2 Paris France 8% 3 Madrid Spain 3% 4 Amsterdam Netherlands 2.5% = Brussels Belgium 2.5% 5 Munich Germany 2% = Luxembourg Luxembourg 2% = Moscow Russia 2% = Geneva Switzerland 2% 63% Other (51 European cities) 37% 100% London s nearest rival is Paris, which hosts just eight per cent: of these all but two are French (see Figure 1). London is the chosen centre for 60 per cent of the non-european Top 250 companies that have their regional headquarters in Europe (see Figure 2). Figure 2. Who chooses to establish their HQs in London? Country of provenance London % Australia 100% Brazil 100% Mexico 100% Japan 74% China 71% South Korea 67% India 50% United States 49% Source: Deloitte analysis, % Source: Deloitte analysis, 2014
7 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 7 Half (49 per cent) of Top 250 US companies with a European HQ have chosen London, making the US London s largest source of inbound European headquarters, in absolute terms, for non-european companies (see Figure 3). Figure 3. Non-European Top 250 companies with European HQ in London Country of provenance Percentage of total Figure 4. HQ location and high-skill workforce London 40% Other 60% New York 25% London 47% Other 75% Next 4 53% New York 31% Next 4 69% United States 37% Japan 29% China 15% Australia 7% South Korea 6% Brazil 3% India 1% Mexico 1% 100% Top 250 High-skill employment Europe North America Europe North America Source: Deloitte analysis, 2014 Source: Deloitte analysis, 2014 The position of London as the major centre for business headquarters in Europe can be compared with New York as the leading commercial centre in North America. New York is host to just 25 per cent of North American regional headquarters of the Top 250 companies. A similar analysis of the location of regional headquarters in Asia is more difficult to carry out, but it is clear that no single city has a comparable concentration of major businesses.
8 8 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe London: A centre for high-skills employment London is also a leading global centre for talent and high-skills employment. Deloitte has identified 22 high-skill business sectors, ranging from digital media, broadcasting and performing arts, through advertising and education to accountancy, management consultancy, banking and insurance. 1 Our research has found that London is the global leader, in terms of employment numbers, in 12 of these sectors (see Figure 5). It is the European leader in nearly all of them. One and a half million Londoners work in these knowledge-based sectors, compared to 600,000 in Paris, the next largest European centre. Figure 5. London s global ranking among the high-skill, knowledge-based sub-sectors 2 3 Advertising agencies Radio and television broadcasting Hedge funds Cable and subscription programming 1 Culture Retail and investment banking Legal services Management, scientific and technical consulting Accounting, tax and payroll Architectural and engineering Insurance Publishing (except Internet) Digital media Fund management Telecommunications Primary and secondary education Higher education Motion picture and sound recordings Securities Adult and other education Source: London Futures, Globaltown: Winning London s crucial battle for talent, Deloitte, 2013
9 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 9 A comparison of high-skill employment in the leading five European and five North American cities shows that in relative terms, London is more pre-eminent in Europe than New York is in North America. Figure 6. Top cities in Europe and North America for high-skill employment in knowledge-based sectors London 47% New York 31% Of the five top European cities in Europe, London employs 47 per cent of their combined total of high-skilled workers. In contrast, New York employs 31 per cent of the total in the top five North American cities (see Figure 6). Again, as with the location of regional HQs, this analysis suggests that London is more central to the European economy than New York is to the North American economy. Paris 19% Berlin 14% Milan 11% Frankfurt 10% Europe Source: Deloitte analysis, 2014 Los Angeles 24% Chicago 18% Boston 16% San Francisco 11% North America
10 10 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe Why choose London? Both businesses and individuals are attracted to London by a combination of factors: ease of access to global markets; presence of a highly-skilled labour force; adaptable working environment; a stable political environment supportive of business; cultural prominence; and ethnic diversity. In a recent research study conducted jointly by Deloitte and business group London First, London Boardroom Barometer, 150 CEOs and senior partners at leading London firms were surveyed. 2 Of these, 86 per cent said they were absolutely committed to remaining in London and only one per cent stated they were likely to leave by When asked what sets London apart from rival cities, respondents cited access to skilled talent from abroad, security and personal safety, the environment, and some aspects of infrastructure. London Futures predicts that by 2020 at least 300,000 new jobs will be created in London, of which at least 100,000 will be in high-skill sectors. 3 The number could be even larger, particularly if the global economy continues to benefit from increasing free movement of goods and services, and economic growth is driven by knowledge-based business sectors. London Futures predicts that by 2020 at least 300,000 new jobs will be created in London, of which at least 100,000 will be in high-skill sectors Not surprisingly, most London businesses are committed to the European Union (EU). In the London Boardroom Barometer survey, over 80 per cent of companies wanted the UK to remain in the EU, although 34 per cent wanted the government to have the ability to opt out of those regulations that were not in the UK s interest. 4 Only seven per cent felt the UK should leave the EU, with a further 10 per cent unsure of their position. Although committed to remaining in London, many business leaders see a need for reform directed at strengthening and enhancing its overall competitiveness.
11 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 11 The challenges London has achieved an enviable global position, with significant benefits to the wider UK economy in terms of tax income, opportunities for talented Britons and national employment. But this success creates a number of challenges that will have to be met if London is to retain its leading position. In the London Boardroom Barometer survey, respondents cited ageing infrastructure and the high cost of living in particular as barriers to London s continued competitiveness. 5 Specifically, 79 per cent of firms identified improvements in surface transport infrastructure as critical to facilitating London s competitiveness. Improved housing supply (54 per cent), workforce education (43 per cent) and air transport infrastructure (37 per cent) were also identified as high priorities (see Figure 7). Figure 7. Barriers to London s continued competitiveness (%) 79 Surface transport infrastructure 54 Housing supply/prices 43 Workforce education 37 Source: London Boardroom Barometer, December 2013 Air transport infrastructure Access to skilled talent from abroad 19 Security and personal safety 17 Environment Other infrastructure Almost four out of five London businesses surveyed said the cost of living in London and the south-east was a barrier to attracting a suitably skilled workforce, with 48 per cent pointing specifically to the lack of affordable housing. Figure 8. Barriers to hiring a suitably skilled workforce (%) 71 Cost of living in London and the south-east 48 Lack of affordable housing 42 Insufficient number of candidates with high-level specialist skills 38 Source: London Boardroom Barometer, December 2013 Quality of basic education 27 UK visa system Quality of public 27 transport/congestion 25 Tax environment There are also concerns about the pool of talent. Forty-two per cent of companies believe that there is an insufficient number of people with high-level specialist skills; and 38 per cent have concerns about the quality of basic education (see Figure 8). To meet the demand for talent, there must be a strong and steady supply of people with the skills or potential that employers are seeking. Much of the demand will be for employees who are highly-skilled, welleducated, or both. This is an issue we address in our recommendations.
12 12 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe Recommendations Measured by population London has fallen from being the largest city in the world in to being in 22nd place today 7, but in terms of business leadership it is pre-eminent, and growth is set to continue. London faces a number of challenges to its position for which suitable responses must be found. Here, we focus particularly on the need to attract and retain the best talent available. Deloitte proposes five recommendations that we consider crucial to London retaining its position as a destination for the world s top talent: 4. Develop talent in London and the rest of the United Kingdom. London should seek to develop talent, both in the city s deprived boroughs and throughout the rest of the UK. 5. Implement an intelligent visa system, with the aim of securing talent from abroad for the new high growth sectors and small and medium-sized enterprises. 1. Appoint a Chief Talent Officer for London with overarching responsibility for setting and delivering London s talent strategy. 2. Anticipate growing pressures on infrastructure and housing as the number of London-based jobs increases. 3. Strengthen business links with education, so that the UK education system produces a pipeline of skilled and employable talent.
13 London Futures London crowned business capital of Europe 13 End notes 1. London Futures, Globaltown: Winning London s crucial battle for talent, Deloitte LLP, See also: 2. London Boardroom Barometer, London First and Deloitte LLP, See also: 3. London Futures, Globaltown: Winning London s crucial battle for talent, Deloitte LLP, See also: 4. London Boardroom Barometer, London First and Deloitte LLP, See also: 5. Ibid. 6. Factors of Urbanisation in the Nineteenth Century Developed Countries: A Descriptive and Econometric Analysis, Paul Bairoch and Gary Goertz, See also: handle/ /68656/ _ pdf&embedded=true?sequence=2 7. London Population 2014, World Population Review, See also: About the methodology The Fortune Global 500 is an annual ranking of the top 500 corporations worldwide (as measured by revenue), compiled and published annually by Fortune magazine. The Top 250 companies in this report are the largest 250 companies in the 2013 rankings of the Fortune Global 500. For each company in the Top 250, a web-based search was carried out to establish the location of its domestic, European and North American headquarters. Of the Top 250, 197 were found to have either a global or a regional headquarters in Europe; and of these 197, 113 were non-european companies. The employment figures for high-skilled labour were obtained from relevant national official statistics or from vetted publications.
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