UK banks under threat from £12bn exposure to Greece

Anna Fedorova

UK banks have around £12bn tied up in Greece, sparking fears they may face losses if the nation's banks default following the latest election results.

Figures from the Bank of International Settlements show UK banks have lent £8.9bn to Greek banks, customers and businesses, the Daily Mail reports. But another report from Swiss watchdog said they may...

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