The Times: Non-exec cull

Keith Boyfield, chairman of the Adam Smith Institute’s Regulatory Evaluation Group, said there was a case for a return to old-style structures for investment banks.

“One advantage of partnership arrangements was that it was their own money they were risking and they had a stake in the long-term profitability of the business," he said.

Published in The Times here.

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