A new banking watchdog will be set up to "restore public trust" in the sector, according to the men behind it.
The Banking Standards Review, conducted by Sir Richard Lambert, is expected to announce a series of measures designed to restore public faith in bankers.
Sir Richard said the new organisation also needed to be run by non-bankers and that banks needed to focus on their customers.
The report will not focus on bankers' pay or bonuses and will lack disciplinary powers.
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