FSA To Get Tough With Crisis-Profiting Banks

The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority says it is going to get tough with banks that profited excessively from the financial crisis.

  • 23 Oct 2009
The U.K.’s Financial Services Authority says it is going to get tough with banks that profited excessively from the financial crisis. The FSA specifically would force such banks to use their cash windfall for building up capital for future crises rather than for awarding bonuses. While the agency ...

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