U.K. Banks Told To Boost Capital Now

The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee is urging U.K. banks to take advantage of the current improvement in the euro zone to boost capital reserves, warning they should not rely solely on cutting bonuses and reining in profits to build a cushion.

  • 27 Sep 2012

The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee is urging U.K. banks to take advantage of the current improvement in the euro zone to boost capital reserves, warning they should not rely solely on cutting bonuses and reining in profits to build a cushion.

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