Standards is due for publication on 17 June -- report by Samuel Dale

June 2013
Money Marketing;6/6/2013, p15
The article focuses on the publication by the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards (PCBS) of its final report on June 17, 2013 sparking a major overhaul of the banking sector. The PCBS is expected to make recommendations on the future of state-owned banks Royal Bank Scotland (RBS) and Lloyds Banking Group and how and when they should be returned to the private sector. It is also expected that the PCBS will tackle the issue on how to incentivise whistleblowers.


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