E.U. To Study Bank Structures

The European Union is forming a working group that will begin studying bank structures within the next “few weeks or months,” according to Michel Barnier, the E.U. commissioner for internal markets.

  • 23 Nov 2011
The European Union is forming a working group that will begin studying bank structures within the next “few weeks or months,” according to Michel Barnier, the E.U. commissioner for internal markets. The group, which Barnier said will also focus on “separation in risk management,” is expected to report ...

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