The following table shows all positive CCy B rates recognised or set by the FPC on foreign exposures for UK firms in specific countries.
Financial market infrastructures, such as payment settlement systems and central counterparties, play a key role in keeping the economy moving.
This means that banks are required to have an additional cushion of capital with which to absorb potential losses, enhancing their resilience and contributing to a stable financial system.
A cornerstone of the international CCy B framework is that when lending to borrowers in another country, foreign firms should face the same CCy B rate as the domestic firms in that country.
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The Bank of England sets out its strategy for maintaining Financial Stability at least every three years.
Financial Stability Strategy The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee (FPC) identifies, monitors and takes action to remove or reduce systemic risks with a view to protecting and enhancing the resilience of the UK financial system.
The FPC has the power to direct regulators to take action on a number of specific policy tools.
In addition, the FPC can make recommendations to anyone to reduce risks to financial stability.