Poland Starts Work on Toughening Banks’ Swiss-Franc Burden

  • 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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