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Banks in the UAE are likely to get about five years to conform to new large-exposure rules which the Central Bank will impose, the head of the banking industry association said on Monday.
The UAE Central Bank plans to restrict the amount of exposure banks can have to the debt of government-related entities (GREs).
The rules will be issued by the end of this year and banks are expected to be given about five years to finish complying with them, Abdulaziz Al Ghurair, Chairman of the UAE Banks Federation, told reporters on the sidelines of a financial conference.
The Central Bank tried to introduce such rules last year but suspended them after banks complained their business growth would be slowed and they could suffer losses if they were forced to unload some of their state-linked loans quickly.