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Carney is right on bankers' failures Nils Pratley

Oct 14, 2014 - The Guardian (London)

'One of the legacies of the (banking) crisis in the US, and by and large in the UK, was that the individuals who ran the institutions got away," said Mark Carney, Bank of England governor, at the weekend. "They got away with their compensation packages, they got away without sanction. Maybe they are no longer at the most esteemed table in society, but they are still on the best golf courses and that has got to change."

What prompted the outburst? Carney did not name Alan Thomson and John T...