Global Reform May Reduce Bank Failures: RBS CEO

Global banking reform can significantly reduce the chances of bank failures, according to Stephen Hester, ceo of Royal Bank of Scotland.

  • 25 Aug 2010
Global banking reform can significantly reduce the chances of bank failures, according to Stephen Hester, ceo of Royal Bank of Scotland. Speaking at an annual conference of the European Economic Association, Hester credited “extensive reforms to capital, liquidity and risk” with lowering the potential fail rate, adding that ...

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