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  1. Name A Review of Conduct Costs
    Date 2013-12-11 00:00:00 +0000
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    Earlier this year, Chancellor George Osborne made an impassioned pledge to “reset the banking system”.The onslaught of fines, lawsuits and settlements which have followed are clear indications of regulators as well as politicians seeking to placate public opinion through compensatory justice for current and past misdeeds by financial institutions. Indeed, a Financial Times article in December eloquently captured the renewed vigour in which banks are now fined: “Another day, another set of big regulatory fines.... Barely a week goes by without one or the other being chastised over past sins”...

    A Review of Conduct Costs, by Calvin Benedict

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