debt deadline British lenders have [...]

November 2016
Daily Mail;11/9/2016, p69
debt deadline British lenders have been given till 2022 - an extra two years - to raise £20bn of debt to prevent taxpayer bailouts. They have been told by the Bank of England to create special bonds that can be converted into shares if an institution gets into trouble.


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