U.K. Bank Inspectors of 1783 Found Some Familiar FlawsAnne L. Murphy
Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) -- The recent public outcry over the behavior of the banking industry has led the U.K. government to create a Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards to investigate the culture of the industry and report on lessons to be learned.
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