The ex-Barclays CEO once dubbed the ‘unacceptable face of banking’ thinks banks should be taking more risks today
|09/13/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond thinks the post-financial crisis environment has led to banks taking too few risks.
- “If they are totally without risk, they are not helping create jobs and economic growth,” Diamond said in an interview with the BBC.
- Diamond was once labelled the “unacceptable face of banking” by Labour minister Peter Mandelson.
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