New Barclays boss Antony Jenkins has insisted the bank remains "strong and well-positioned" despite a torrent of reputation-scarring scandals and a £47 million quarterly loss.
Delivering his first set of results today since taking over from Bob Diamond in the wake of the Libor-fixing affair, Mr Jenkins accepted the lender had "much to do to restore trust among stakeholders."
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