UK Banking Reform Bill starts passage through Parliament
The UK’s Banking Reform Bill has begun its passage through Parliament, bringing tough new measures to protect retail customers and taxpayers from shocks in the financial system closer to fruition. Under the new rules, banks will be required to separate partially their retail operations from their investment banking arms, and regulators will be able to force losses on senior bondholders if a bank should fail.
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