Expats are being hit by more banks closing accounts for Brits living in Europe ahead of the end of the Brexit transitional period. At least 10 banks, building societies and credit card firms have now decided to close accounts held by Brits living abroad in Europe as a result of Brexit. Barclays is closing accounts for customers in Belgium, Estonia, Italy and Slovakia who don't have a UK address. Lloyds Banking Group, including Bank of Scotland, Halifax and Lloyds Bank, has confirmed it is closing accounts for customers based in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Republic of Ir...
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