BANK chief executives will now fear being sacked after a couple of "bad dinners" with regulators, Treasury committee chairman Andrew Tyrie has warned.
BANK chief executives will now fear being sacked after a couple of \"bad dinners\" with regulators, Treasury committee chairman Andrew Tyrie has warned.
MERVYN KING: Said Mr Agius's resignation was honourable but raised problems.
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TIM SHARP CITY EDITOR
Mr Tyrie spoke of his concerns over the use of "arbitrary power" after being told of conversations Barclays chairman Marcus Agius had with Financial Services Authority (FSA) chairman Lord Adair Turner and Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King.
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