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Ring-fencing the change

6 July 2011 By Margaret Doyle

Regulators forced the Australian bank to split its deposittaking arm and brokerdealer into two subsidiaries in 2007. British banks fear that a similar separation will push up their funding costs. Macquarie may not be a perfect model, but it shows a split need not be disastrous.

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