Boosting Capital Seen Unlikely to Aid U.K. Lending

March 27 (Bloomberg) -- David Tinsley, chief U.K. economist at BNP Paribas SA, talks about the capital shortfall at U.K. banks, the shrinking of the economy in the fourth quarter and the implications of unseasonally cold weather. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)

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02:33 - Jan. 30 -- Eduardo Torres-Llosa, chief executive officer of BBVA Banco Continental SA, Carlos Gonzalez-Taboada, CEO of Scotiabank Peru, Jose Antonio Roca, chief investment officer of AFP Prima, and Oscar Rivera, president of Peru's banking association Asbanc, participate in a panel discussion about the outlook for banks and monetary policy in Peru. They spoke yesterday at the Bloomberg Peru Summit 2015 in Lima. Bloomberg's John Quigley moderated. (This report is in Spanish.)
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