Banker Josef Ackermann warns of 'social time-bomb'

One of the world's top bankers has warned of a "social time-bomb" from wealth and income inequality.

In an interview with the BBC, Dr Josef Ackermann, who is both chairman of the Institute of International Finance (representing the world's banks) and chief executive of Germany's biggest bank, Deutsche Bank, said that banks have a social responsibility.

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