The European Banking Administration stated that EU credit institutions are not really ready for the “hard” Brexit, as their plans do not sufficiently take into account the probability of a UK exit from the EU without a full-fledged trade agreement and its negative consequences. A review of the main regulator of the banking system of the EU says that after Brexit, British assets may require higher capital allowances compared to other EU countries. According to the regulator, banks should not expect that the transitional agreements will operate after March 2019.
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