They’d like to know if he improperly kept his underwear on in his disclosures to them.
It’s cheap, it’s (somewhat) effective and it makes everyone happy (except for the people going to jail).
The moneymen are no longer amused.
Or to figure out some new, non-financial things for Britons to do.
The Bank of England is working on a new proposal it's hoping UK bankers are gonna love.
As you may have heard, the U.K. is putting the FSA out to pasture at the end of the month. In its place on April 1 will sit the Prudential Regulation Authority—success guaranteed by the name alone—and the Financial Conduct Authority.