Poland Starts Work on Toughening Banks’ Swiss-Franc BurdenBy and
Financial Stability Committee discussed Duda’s plan Wednesday
Poland aims to lessen franc debt burden for borrowers
Poland’s Financial Stability Committee kickstarted work Wednesday on stepping up capital requirements for banks holding foreign-currency home loans, part of a plan to unwind the country’s $36 billion in non-zloty mortgages.
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