EBA announced that it will gradually move its operations to the Paris offices. It is expected to close the current premises in One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, on May 31, 2019. EBA, on March 06, 2019, is expected to sign in Paris its headquarters agreement with the French authorities. The agreement will ensure the proper functioning of EBA in the context of the relocation of its seat from London to Paris as of March 30, 2019. From March 30, 2019, all meetings of the governing bodies of EBA will be held in Paris. EBA, the Authority, will be fully operational in the new premises in Paris from June 03, 2019.
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