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Liam Halligan Halligan published a strong article in favor of Glass-Steagall in the Telegraph Saturday, under the headline “Only full separation will make our big banks safe.” Halligan has frequently called for Glass-Steagall in the past, and reflects one current … Continue reading
Fears about the impact of QE and the awful state of the banks could be “likely to reopen the U.K.’s debate about the need to impose a Glass-Steagall split between retail-commercial banks, where firms and households store their deposits, and … Continue reading
The new head of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, who took office in August of this year, intends to make the City of London even more friendly than it is now to cancerous financial speculation, if you can imagine … Continue reading
The announcement by Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne that the government will “electrify” the ring-fence between retail and investment banking in the Banking Reform bill, did not please the bankers. The Daily Telegraph cites one unnamed analyst from … Continue reading
During a panel discussion at the Frankfurt House of Finance today, Michael Kemmer, vice-chairman of the German Banking Association, continued propagating the alleged benefits of the “universal banking model” and protesting against any bank separation. But he made clear at … Continue reading
14Jan.2013 (LPAC) Liam Halligan, chief economist of Prosperity Capital Management in London, has again taken to the pages of Britain’s Daily Telegraph to demand Glass-Steagall. In his column entitled, “At Last, Question Time for the Money Printers,” Halligan writes: … Continue reading