The deputy governor of the Bank of England warns about the exposure of the crypto property. The warns were for banking for the Prudential Regulation.
In a new letter published on Thursday. Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) chief executive Sam Woods. He a financial service regulator in the UK - wrote that banks a statement. Insurance companies and investment companies should take steps to protect themselves. They should take a step against market unrest and feasibility. Crypto space risky investment
Deputy Governor's Alert Token focused on themselves. He reminds financial institutions that they have a privatization responsibility under PR law
Highlighting of the high level of crypto-wealth and relative inseparability have demonstrated. Crypto-resources have highlighted concerns related to misuse and market continuity. This risks related to many frauds and manipulation. And money laundering and terrorist financing risks. Grant risk as a result of entry May cause. "
It has stated in the letter that financial institutions should take action to review any risks. The risk that caused by the business in the crypto property. The review of the PRA-approved senior management auditor's. And the risk assessment framework for dealing with the new classes.
Forms should avoid the risk to ensure access to crypto rite experts. And need to manage appropriate resources on any asset so that they want to trade.
"Classification of crypto-asset exposures during crypto colocalization. It should reflect a broad assessment of the risks. Woods wrote these categories suggest the possible risks.
The deputy governor withdrew the idea that crypto our winds are a form of money. "Crypto-resources should not be considered a currency for prudential purposes".
In the letter, Woods acknowledged that distributed levers and block on technology written by Cryptocurawounds. "We acknowledge that the underlying distributor or cryptographic technologies. It's depending on which many crypto-rich resources depend on, have the potential to benefit them. And Elasticity. "