We were transparent enough, say bankers

Investors were given all the information they required on structured products, a group of senior figures at top investment and commercial banks told UK lawmakers on Tuesday.

Speaking before the British parliament's Treasury Committee, Gerald Corrigan, a former president of the New York Federal Reserve, now a managing director at Goldman Sachs; Charles Aldington, the chairman of Deutsche Bank UK; and William Mills, the chairman and chief executive of Citi Markets and Banking, EMEA, countered c

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