UK bank profits 'distorted by accounting rules'

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The UK's accounting rules are distorting bank profits and leading to confusion over executive pay, some of the country's largest investors have have warned.

In a letter to business secretary Vince Cable last week, seen by the Daily Telegraph, major investment houses including Threadneedle, and the Co-Operative Asset Management, said the rules are "harming"...

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