EBA says Paris move will be complete by June 3


The European Banking Authority will hold all its governing body meetings from March 30 in Paris as it moves from its London headquarters as a result of Brexit. 

The EBA was due to sign an agreement with the French authorities today (March 6) to “ensure the proper functioning of the authority”, it announced. The UK government is currently committed to taking the country out of the European Union on March 29, although it may ask for an extension.

France tied with Ireland in the selection process

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