THERE have only been six chairmen of the Tata Group since it was founded in 1868. There will soon be a seventh after Cyrus Mistry, the first boss of the conglomerate not connected to the founding family, was ousted after less than four years in charge.
The Bank of England has admitted it is concerned that tough capital requirements and rock bottom interest rates are making it increasingly difficult for lenders to make money.
The head of the Financial Conduct Authority said there was a 'very sorry' history of scandals in the City. Photograph: Graeme Robertson for the Guardian.
Shareholders will also strain for information on the post-Brexit outlook at the Edinburgh lender. Laura Board. Follow. Oct 25, 2016 10:04 AM EDT.
It has cost the UK's largest banks nearly �35bn and created a huge compensation industry that has irritated millions of consumers with nuisance calls and spam texts in recent years.