The Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) released its final report on reforms to the UK banking sector on 12 September
Following on from its April 2011 Interim Report, the ICB published on 12 September its Final Recommendations on reforms to promote stability and competition in UK banking.
On 12 September 2011, the Independent Commission on Banking (the "ICB") published its Final Report in which it sets out its recommendations for banking reform in the UK.
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On Monday 12 September the Independent Commission on Banking published its final report on reforms to the UK banking sector which includes the following recommendations:.
Following on from its Interim Report published in April this year, the Independent Commission on Banking (Commission) published its Final Report yesterday, setting out its recommendations on reforms to promote stability and competition in UK banking.
The UK’s Independent Commission on Banking has released its interim report proposing reforms of the banking sector to promote financial stability and competition.
ICB has published its interim report on reform of the UK banking structure.
The Banking Commission has published the responses it received to its Issues Paper.
In the last 6 months since the FSA published its Business Plan for 201011, the UK has seen its first formal coalition government since the Second World War, there are proposed changes to the financial regulatory infrastructure, the new Basel III rules have been published and there have been proposals to tighten the regulations in relation to derivatives.