Barclays most at risk from ICB measures
Friday 8 April 2011 - by Nicola York
UK banks are bracing themselves ahead of the Independent Commission on Banking's interim report on Monday as it emerged that Barclays is the bank most likely to be affected by potential measures.
The measures ranked as being most likely include operational subsidiarisation, restrictions on specific activities, living wills and ring fencing UK retail deposits. Minor assets sales, support for new entrants and pricing transparency are also tipped as likely measures.
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