Bankers warn of impact

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p11
The article discusses the British Banker's Association questioning as to whether the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) reaction to the banking crisis would deliver the right balance between financial stability and allow banks to support the economy in Great Britain. Chief executive Angela Knight wrote to FSA saying that there is a need to model the impact of the plans in the Turner review. Knight added the banking industry is fully supportive of the need to overhaul the regulatory framework.


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