Investment banks left out in the cold

Hilton, Anthony
March 2010
PRWeek (London);3/26/2010, p12
Trade Publication
The author comments on the public relations (PR) initiatives of high street banks in Great Britain to differentiate themselves from investment banks and rebuild bridges with the British public outraged by the banks' contribution to the financial crisis and their acceptance of the subsequent bailout.


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