Ex-tax chief Hartnett to advise HSBC on honesty

Nicola Brittain
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A former head of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) who stepped down after he was accused by MPs of lying has been hired by HSBC to advise on honesty, according to reports.

In an explosive move, the bank has appointed Dave Hartnett, the former head of HMRC, as an adviser to ‘enforce the highest standards' at the firm, the Daily Mail reports. The decision to recruit the...

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