Posts Tagged ‘independent commission’

Broad welcome for Dilnot care reform proposals

A cap of a maximum £50,000 on the amount people have to spend on personal and social care was proposed by an independent commission View full post on UK Business Stories

ICB tells banks capital reserves must be higher

Britain’s major banks will today by told by the Independent Commission on Banking that they must massively increase their capital reserves to protect savers and taxpayers from another financial crisis. View full post on UK Business Stories

Osborne stands by banking review

The UK chancellor believes that expected recommendations on restructuring retail and investment banking groups by the Independent Commission on Banking are ‘going in the right direction’ View full post on UK Business Stories

Bank talks stuck in deadlock on lending

Landmark reform delayed as Independent Commission on Banking looks to ringfence retail View full post on UK Business Stories

Commission casts its net wide

If you want an idea of just how wide the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) intends to cast its intellectual net on what should be done to reform Britain’s financial system, you need only take a look at the back pages of its first report. View full post on UK Business Stories