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Averting risks in the banking system comes at the cost of efficiency

The Times Oliver Kamm  Published at 12:01AM, June 11 2015 In Making It Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the Men Who Blew up the British Economy, his grimly gripping account of the lender’s near collapse, Iain Martin describes the globalisation…

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FCA to make decision on mis-selling redress by summer’s end

Reuters Business News | Wed May 27, 2015 8:20am BST Britain’s financial regulator’s view on how complaints about mis-sold loan insurance are being handled and what action it plans to take will be announced by the end of the summer,…

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An insolvency watchdog with bite is needed

London Evening Standard Chris Blackhurst Published: 20 May 2015 Updated: 13:41, 20 May 2015 If all had gone to plan at university, by now I would be a rich City lawyer or a silk. As my tutor put it on my first…

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SBCB quick to respond to Sir Phillip Hampton’s denial

Letters to the Editor Published at 12:01AM, May 11 2015 Sir, Your leading article (“Asset Turnover”, May 7) claims that Royal Bank of Scotland systematically pushed small and medium-sized businesses into default to improve the bank’s balance sheet. We strongly…

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‘Vampire division preyed on clients’ it was meant to save

James Hurley: The Times Enterprise Editor Published at 12:01AM, May 5 2015 See also: SBCB TOP STORIES 05/05/2015: RBS Stripped assets of struggling companies: Racing Car Driver Lawrence Tomlinson with inside track: ‘In my worst nightmares I never thought that the bank would…

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