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20/20 vision

20/20 vision

Source: The CBI and PricewaterhouseCoopers

Twenty leading figures give their views on the future of the UK financial services industry.

The competitiveness of the UK's financial services sector is more likely to be undermined by the uncertainty surrounding future regulation of the industry, than by further aftershocks from the recent crisis. That is the view of leading industry figures featured in a new report marking 20 years of the CBI/PwC Financial Services Survey.

Contributors include:
  • Philip Augar, former investment banker & commentator
  • Barry Bateman, Vice-Chairman, Fidelity International
  • Graham Beale, Chief Executive, Nationwide Building Society
  • Tim Breedon, Chief Executive, Legal & General Group
  • Peter Clarke, Chief Executive, Man Group
  • Maggie Craig, Acting Director General, Association of British Insurers
  • Stuart Fraser, Chairman of the Policy & Resources Committee, City of London Corporation
  • Stephen Green, Chairman, HSBC Holdings
  • Mark Hodges, Chief Executive. Aviva UK
  • Michael Kirkwood, Chairman, Ondra Partners, and Non-Executive Director , UK Financial Investments
  • Angela Knight, Chief Executive, British Bankers’ Association
  • Lord Levene, Chairman, Lloyd’s of London
  • Sir Andrew Likierman, Dean of the London Business School
  • Jonathan Moulds, President of Bank of America Merrill Lynch for Europe, Middle East & Africa
  • David Nish, Chief Executive, Standard Life
  • Michael Spencer, Chief Executive, ICAP
  • Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor, Financial Times
  • Lord Turner, Chairman, Financial Services Authority
  • John Varley, Chief Executive, Barclays Group
  • Simon Walker, Chief Executive, BVCA

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