Banks have rarely been considered paragons of virtue, but never have they been as vilified as they are today. After the bail-outs, a seemingly endless procession of misconduct has left ethically-minded customers holding their noses while reaching for debit cards. But against the backdrop of scandal and suspicion, banks are doing more than ever to demonstrate to customers that they are doing the right thing. Owen Sanderson reports.
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