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Central bank rejects claims it has watered down plans for insulating retail activity
Move by Commons committee follows clash between Sir John Vickers and the Bank of England
A storm has broken over the biggest lenders’ preparations to stave off another financial crisis
Setting the level of equity banks must hold is a judgment call
Central bank denies it has watered down recommended minimum capital levels
Settlement is welcome, but pre-crisis behaviour must not be allowed to return
Architect of UK reforms questions ‘wisdom’ of weaker regime
Volatility in bank stocks underlines the importance of strong capital buffers, writes John Vickers
Largest UK lenders will be allowed to transfer capital from retail arms to other divisions
Allowing lenders to transfer capital from retail to other divisions will be welcomed
Separate retail unit cannot ‘just go wandering off on its own,’ says the father of UK’s bank ringfencing
Dispute takes on added significance as UK begins renegotiating European membership terms
Banks will test the limits unless they are incentivised not to, writes Andrew Tyrie
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