McKinsey assesses September 11 impact


NEW YORK -- The most severe long-term impact of the September 11 attacks in New York will be the loss of financial markets staff from the city, said a report from consulting firm McKinsey, published last week.

In addition to the 1,700 financial markets staff who lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks, many employees have temporarily left the city while firms work from alternative locations, and they may never return, said the report, Impact of Attack on New York Financial Services.


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