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10 Years of Change in British Banking
How has the UK banking landscape changed in the decade since the collapse of Northern Rock?
Commercial banks in the UK now have much higher capital buffers and are less reliant on wholesale borrowing to fund their activities. Loan to valuation ratios have declined but unsecured lending to consumers has soared raising fears of another financial crisis in the relatively near future.
More here from BBC Newsnight on the rise and fall of Northern Rock