Thursday, July 1, 2010

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If this was an IFA, a network for example, the FSA would have ordered it to appoint an 'expert' thingy, KPMG for example.

This is not a simple matter of 'risk error' and if the FSA can't supervise the banks adequately after 25 years what chance is there later on?

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