PwC to investigate computer meltdown at RBS

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The accountancy firm has been appointed by RBS?s board following the FSA?s request for nine lenders to reveal their IT contingency plans.

On Monday, Andrew Tyrie, the chairman of the House of Commons Treasury committee, claimed the RBS incident ?threatened to infect the rest of the banking system?.

Publishing letters written between him, RBS boss Stephen Hester and FSA chairman Lord Turner, Mr Tyrie added that the episode ?did little for public confidence in our banks?.

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