France sets ceiling for bank exposure to corporate debt

A government financial watchdog has announced the top six banks in France must from July limit their exposure to indebted companies at five percent of their capital, in a move aimed at slowing what has become record-level borrowing by French businesses

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France’s six biggest banks must limit their exposure to highly indebted French companies under a new rule effective from July, the country’s financial stability council said on Friday, reports Reuters.