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Bankers 'want to be proud of what they do'

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Chancellor Alistair Darling is to publish his proposals for tightening regulation of the banking system. His proposals are expected to include measures to discourage banks from giving extravagant pay deals, and comes in the wake of Mervyn King's suggestions that banks should not be too big to fail. HSBC chairman Stephen Green discusses his view that regulation alone is not enough, and that moral values need to be at play as well.

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