Post-Crisis U.K. Banks Blast New Credit Scheme

Aldermore Bank and Shawbrook Bank, which formed since the start of the crisis of 2008, have criticized the British government’s new £20 billion ($31.62 billion) credit guarantee scheme aimed at easing the flow of money to small business, saying it will fall short of its goals as it will make credit cheaper but won’t make it more available.

  • 27 Feb 2012
Aldermore Bank and Shawbrook Bank, which formed since the start of the crisis of 2008, have criticized the British government’s new £20 billion ($31.62 billion) credit guarantee scheme aimed at easing the flow of money to small business, saying it will fall short of its goals as it ...

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