Round up - October 17

Professional Pensions

Banks dwarfed by pension schemes; Dominic Lawson: Great pension divide: which side are you on?; FSA chairman Lord Adair Turner warns UK banks of hard-line regulation; James Daley: A volatile time for our pensions - but this is not the time to panic; Secretive sector next to face the squeeze; Legal & General sees £500m wiped off capital base; Bank to overhaul money market rules

Banks dwarfed by pension schemes Daily Telegraph Britain's banks are now worth less that their pensions schemes. "The defined benefit pension liabilities of HBOS, Lloyds TSB and Royal Bank of Sco...

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