After a spike in volatility in the wake of the June 23 referendum, financial markets have returned to a relative calm, but economists have warned the full economic effect of the Brexit vote may have yet to materialise.
London currently holds the top spot, while Luxembourg, Paris and Vienna rank third, fourth and fifth respectively.
The point of concern, they told the Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority, is how to treat retail operations in the Republic of Ireland and other EU countries.
The fund's chief executive, Heath Mottram, said that its strong governance and ability to move quickly was invaluable in allowing it to take advantage of market movements.
deVere Mortgages, part of deVere Group, which specialises in UK mortgages for expats and overseas buyers, primarily from the Middle East, Europe and Far East, affirms the uptick is a direct result of the outcome.
In the capital outlook commentary, which is currently posted as a video on the RBC Global Asset Management website, Chief Investment Officer Dan Chornous explains that while the vote understandably set off some immediate panic, it is an expected response