Why the EU has stopped worrying about English law bonds

By Tyler Davies
14 Aug 2020

Banks in the EU have spent the last four years changing the terms and conditions of new issues to create a sense of certainty over how English law bonds will be treated after Brexit.

The Brexit vote caused more than few headaches for European banking authorities. 

A key concern was that the 2016 referendum result would cast doubt over the regulatory value of certain types of bank debt written under English law. 

Any capital instruments or securities designed to meet ...

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