Opinion, Prudential

Policing the ring-fence perimeter: the winners and losers

By Chris Spedding
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Ignoring strident calls from some to ‘tear down the wall’ between banks’ retail arms and their investment and international activities, the Treasury has instead put forward ideas for near-term reforms.

Drawing on the Edinburgh Reforms and Skeoch Review, its consultation aims to rectify some of the original ...

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