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Bring banking watchdog to Dublin, Hayes urges

MEP calls on government to push for EBA after Brexit

29th June, 2016
Brian Hayes wants EBA in Dublin

Dublin Fine Gael MEP

Brian Hayes has called on the government to try to convince the European Banking Authority (EBA) to relocate to Dublin.

His call follows comments made by the head of the EBA that it would have to relocate if Britain voted to leave the EU. The EBA, currently based in London, is the EU's banking watchdog and was founded in 2011 in response to...

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