Carney reassurance over Scotland banking stability fears
One of the biggest names in pensions and savings, Standard Life, has confirmed it is preparing to transfer parts of its business to England if Scotland votes for independence.
The company has been based in Scotland for nearly 200 years.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has sought to reassure banking customers that there would be financial stability after a vote on Scottish independence.
Business Editor Kamal Ahmed reports.
10 Sep 2014
- From the section Business