Business Briefing: fixing culture in banking and finance.
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"Banking culture" has drawn a lot of scrutiny this year, after several high-profile scandals. But Professor Paul Kofman says there isn't much evidence for how to intervene if there's a problem.
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Post-Brexit Britain will have many rivals eager to exploit any weakness in London's primacy as a home for banking.