EU withdrawal

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU is a large and complex process that has significant implications for the way we discharge our responsibilities.

Our work on EU withdrawal

The United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union is a large and complex process that has significant implications for the way we discharge our responsibilities. Many parts of the Bank have worked closely together to assess the potential impact of EU withdrawal on our policy objectives of monetary and financial stability.

Our key communications

Our work in relation to EU withdrawal is covered in further detail in a number of Bank regular publications, including our Inflation Report, Financial Stability Report, speeches and annual reports

In addition, we have also made a number of communications to firms on EU withdrawal. These are covered in the list below.

2018 key communications

4 December 
28 November 
7 November 
6 November 
25 October 
24 July 
24 July 
27 June  See Table A.2 on page 9 of the Financial Stability Report – June 2018 for ‘FPC judgement of progress against actions to mitigate the risk of disruption to end users of financial services as at 22 June 2018’ 
27 June  HM Treasury sets out its approach to onshoring financial services legislation under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act
27 April  HM Treasury and the European Commission have asked the Bank of England and the ECB to convene a technical working group on risk management 
28 March  The Bank of England welcomes the agreement between the UK and EU27 that there should be an implementation period until the end of 2020 as part of the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU  
28 March 
28 March 
28 March   
28 March   
16 March   

2017 key communications

20 December  The Bank of England is announcing today that it is consulting on an updated approach to authorising and supervising international banks and insurers 
20 December   
20 December   
7 April 
This page was last updated 04 December 2018
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