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HSBC bosses apologise for wrongdoing at Swiss private bank

The chief executive of HSBC, Stuart Gulliver, has apologised for wrongdoing at its Swiss private bank, which is embroiled in allegations that it helped clients to evade taxes.

Mr Gulliver was appearing before MPs on the Treasury Select Committee with the bank's chairman, Douglas Flint.

Kamal Ahmed reports.

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