In response to Sir Christopher Kelly's report, current Co-op Bank chief executive Niall Booker apologised for "past failings" and said it had been "working diligently" to address them.
The bank also revealed it was appointing new auditors, Ernst & Young, ending a 40-year relationship with KPMG amid a regulatory investigation into the Co-op's past accounts in the years leading up to the end of 2012.
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