Reform U.K. gets tough on rule-breaking banks Add to ...


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Britain is shaking up its bank regulation system following the 2008 financial crisis, when the government poured 65 billion pounds of taxpayers' money into bank rescues. Lenders which fail to shield their day-to-day retail banking from their risky investment banking arms face being broken up.

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