EBA to move to Europlaza tower in Paris

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The European Banking Authority has confirmed it is moving its headquarters from Canary Wharf to the Europlaza tower in the La Défense district of Paris.

The EBA is expected to take possession of the 57,048 sq ft space within the Cegreal owned tower in April 2019 for a period of nine years.

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