Croatia moves to restore confidence in banks

CROATIA - The Croatian National Bank is seeking to restore confidence in the country's banks after politicians suggested a trading scandal might have affected more than one bank.

The move comes, reports Wednesday's FT in London, after newspapers reported politicians as saying that traders at Privredna Banka Zagreb and Splitska Banka might have undertaken similar currency trading to that which created at least $98m ( £68m) losses at Rijecka Banka, the country's third biggest bank.

The National Bank

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