New rules have been announced by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) that propose preventing large banks from being bailed out by the taxpayer.
The global regulator, headed by Bank of England governor Mark Carney (pictured), has proposed banks which are 'too big to fail' hold more money to protect against losses. Capital set aside for this purpose...
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