More NewsACCA releases wishlist for 2010

ACCA releases wishlist for 2010

Seperate banks and return to saving, says institute

The ACCA has said it wants 2010 to be the year in which savings and deposit
taking banks are seperated from investment banking.

In a
wishlist
drawn up its research department, ACCA also wants to a return to savings culture
from the debt society and a “think small first” policy from government when
considering measures for business.

The wishes are among a set of nine the ACCA believes would be good for
Britain this year.

Dir Steve Priddy, director of research at ACCA, said: “Our publication
is a wishlist of nine key elements that must be in place by 2020 to ensure
financial stability and to avoid a repeat of what just happened.”

The wishlist forms part of a report on financial stability from ACCA.

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