The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been grilled by MPs over its decision to approve the appointment of Paul Flowers to chair the Co-operative bank back in 2010.
At a hearing today, the Treasury Select Committee questioned the regulator's decision to approve Flowers' role at the lender, which was rescued last year after running up a £1.5bn capital shortfall. ...
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