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HSBC chairman says new rules on banker accountability reasonable

Mr Flint said he wanted to see a regulatory regime that was seen as the fairest and most robust.


NEW rules being rolled out to make bankers more accountable were "entirely reasonable" given the pain Britain suffered in the financial crisis, HSBC chairman Douglas Flint said on Tuesday.

The new "senior managers' regime" will make top bankers directly accountable for rule

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