The incoming chief regulator of the financial services industry has warned about the “dangerous myth” of free banking.
Andrew Bailey, who will lead the new Prudential Regulation Authority, has spoken about the hidden costs associated with banking services which lead many consumers to believe their current accounts are “free”.
These hidden costs include the low or non-existent interest
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