At a lunch in Frankfurt earlier this month, Wim Duisenberg, the ECB's president, and Sir Howard Davies, chairman of the FSA, set out widely differing views and failed to reach a compromise.
Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa - an ECB director who was last month given responsibility for ba
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