EU Review Recommends Trading/Retail Separation

The Liikanen Group, set up by the European Commission to provide independent advice on banking reform, has recommended Europe’s biggest banks split their investment banking trading activities from their retail operations.

  • 02 Oct 2012

The Liikanen Group, set up by the European Commission to provide independent advice on banking reform, has recommended Europe’s biggest banks split their investment banking trading activities from their retail operations.

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