Corporates confront life after UK ring-fencing

UK corporates are preparing for the large UK banks to bring down their ring-fences, a move that could shake up the banking landscape and push more corporates to sign credit support annexes with their banks.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 25 May 2017

Ring-fencing, which aims to split investment banking from retail banking in the UK, is due to start in January 2019 — meaning most organisations will need to figure out their ring-fencing approaches later this year.

This will split parts of the relationship between banks and corporates with lending ...

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