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    • Date 2013-11-06 00:00:00 +0000
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      Text Colin Bamford Barrister, Southsquare The figures are staggering. Their size raises the question whether, in their quest to appear tough on the banks, governments and regulators have not produced a blunt weapon which amounts to a form of general taxation: 1. The effect of these massive fines and compensation penalties has not been to reduce the returns to the banks' owners or senior...
    • Date 2013-10-23 00:00:00 +0100
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      Text As concerns about bank conduct costs continue to grow, with the latest news (21.10.13) about huge fines being levied on JP Morgan, Bank of America and others in connection with mis-selling, the media have caught on to the fact that "it's all beginning to add up" (BBC Radio 4 Today Programme 21.10.13). When we publish our findings later this year, you will see more precisely how it all adds...
    • Date 2013-10-11 00:00:00 +0100
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      • Roger McCormick
      Text “Events over the past couple of years have raised profound questions about the ways in which banks and businesses contribute to society. For both to play their full part, they must restore trust and become better citizens in a publicly demonstrable way…. Our focus on Citizenship is not for the short term; in fact, it is how we expect to make our business sustainable over the long term.”...
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