Commission lays out options for EBA future

Applications to be the post-Brexit home of the European Banking Authority (EBA) are in and the European Commission (EC) has published a summary of what each country offered, and how it will choose between them.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 02 Oct 2017

Following Brexit, the EBA will re-locate to the EU27. Vienna, Prague, Paris, Frankfurt, Dublin, City of Luxembourg, Warsaw and the “greater area of Brussels” are all locations which have submitted a proposal to host the European watchdog.

The EC is only considering the eight applications from within ...

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