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LATEST: Brussels expected to implement new rules on branches of rapidly-expanding non-EU banks

By Elizabeth Hearst for AMLi

Policymakers in Brussels are expected to implement new regulations on foreign banks in the EU, as the bloc grapples with the rapidly-expanding sector. 

The European Commission is believed to be working on new proposals to force banks in member states to “turn some of their European branches into subsidiaries”. 

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