Perceived likelihood of no-deal Brexit has risen since start of year, UK banks remain resilient
Significant market volatility likely after a disorderly Brexit
UK will need to have regulatory standards at least as high as present after Brexit.
Financial policy committee maintains counter-cyclical capital buffer at 1%.
Global financial vulnerabilities remain "material", exacerbated by trade tensions and corporate debt.
UK banks have enough capital to withstand trade war and disorderly Brexit.
Will probe whether illiquid investment funds should have longer redemption periods
Foreign investment inflows to UK commercial real estate and leveraged loans has fallen 60%-80% in Q1.
Will test UK banks' response to liquidity shock, does not plan to tighten liquidity requirements.
Will assess risks posed by cryptocurrency tokens to financial system.
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