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29 December 2016 By George Hay

A year ago, Bank of England boss Mark Carney suggested regulators had cracked the “too big to fail” bank problem. Yet new rules keep coming, and international cohesion is fading. The biggest cross-border lenders like HSBC will find it ever harder to make their cost of capital.

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