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    • Date2014-07-01 00:00:00 +0100
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      TextWe are pleased to publish the <a href="http://foreigners.textovirtual.com/ccp-research-conduct-costs/274/151573/ccp4-summary-table-and-results.pdf">Conduct Costs Project’s findings</a> for the five year period ending 2013. We would like to thank LSE for its generosity in allowing the CCP to continue to use this webpage as the “host” for this material until the CCP is able to set up its own...
    • Date2014-04-17 00:00:00 +0100
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      Text For additional information, please see Invitation.
    • Date2014-03-03 00:00:00 +0000
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      TextThere are now four parallel teams working alongside LSE on this project. They are based in France, Italy, Portugal and Israel. The banks they are covering are shown below. Fig. 1 - Banks covered by teams. Fig. 2 - Banks covered by country (HQ). We would like to add more teams to the project, so do get in touch if this interests you.
    • Date2014-02-25 00:00:00 +0000
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      TextFollowing the CC Project’s initial reactions to the Banking Standards Review Consultation Paper,  the Conduct Costs Project team publishes here the complete LSE Conduct Costs Project Response. Roger McCormick, Chris Stears and Tania Duarte
    • Date2014-02-14 00:00:00 +0000
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      TextRoger McCormick Christopher Stears Tania Duarte 1.    The status of the "new organisation" (the "organisation") 1.1.    We broadly agree with the Consultation Paper’s (“the Paper”) governance, disclosure and public reporting proposals. 1.2.    We agree that its independence will be crucial to its credibility. It must not be (or look like) the "same old, same old" dressed in new...
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