The head of the Bank of England and the chairman of the International Financial Stability Board, Mark Carney, gave an interview to the BBC, timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the beginning of the global financial crisis of 2008. On September 15, 2008, with the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, the world's worst economic recession began in the 1930s. In an interview, Carney said that he consider China's financial system one of the main risks to global financial stability, which has accumulated many prerequisites, similar to those that were observed before the 2008 crisis, including a high level of debt. The main risks for the UK economy Carney sees in the growth of household lending, the growth of cyber attacks on the banking system and the country's withdrawal from the EU without an agreement on access to a single market.
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