Source: Financial Times
The Bank of England is spending more than £1m a month to fight allegations that it recklessly mishandled the regulation of Bank of Credit and Commerce International. The Bank had forked out £20m by last month, and expects to clock up a legal bill of more than £45m by the end of next year, its lawyer
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