The Court of the Bank of England (BoE) today (May 21) commissioned a set of three reviews into areas of the bank's performance and current capabilities to "learn lessons and to ensure the Bank is best equipped to carry out its responsibilities in the future", the BoE said in a statement.
All three reviews will be led by independent experts and constitute the first publicly announced assessments of the bank's handling of the financial crisis.
The reviews will cover: the provision of emergency liq
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