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Banks can either be forbidden from removing services from certain groups because of the distributive consequences, or required to supply services to groups because of the distributive benefits. What links these is that the bank is unable to act upon its commercial judgement about which services or products to offer. In the UK, there is currently no legal restriction on a bank’s ability to close branches, nor is there any legal obligation to provide cheap products such as basic bank accounts. Indeed, when the Treasury Task Force on Access to Financial Services reported, it stated that its vision of financial inclusion was subjected to three broad principles: non-compulsion, going with the grain of markets, and cost-effective use of public funds.
99 A Whittaker, ‘Architecture for the New Single Regulator’ lecture at IALS, 1999, cited in Lastra and Shams above n 97 at 195. 100 C Mayer, ‘Regulatory Principles and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000’ in Ferran and Goodhart (eds), Regulating Financial Services and Markets, above n 97 at 26. 101 Confidence is of supreme importance in financial markets, chiefly because of the threat of systemic risk. Systemic risk is the major externality, or spillover, to which financial markets are susceptible.
110 See M Wolgast, ‘Too Big to Fail: Effects on Competition and Implications for Banking Supervision’ (2001) 9(4) Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance 361. 111 Indeed, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in the USA has explicitly recognised that large banks will not be allowed to fail. See Goodhart, above n 19 at 76. 34 Banks, Consumers and Regulation Reasonable Expectations, it stated again that it is concerned to run what it calls a ‘non-zero failure’ regime. 112 However, this does not mean that steps will not be taken to save failing banks.