April 2011
Design Week (Online Edition);4/21/2011, p14
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the sector analysis for banking industries of Great Britain. It informs about increasing number of experienced financial services talents who are increasingly looking towards the business opportunities in Eastern countries after the recession that hit the financial market in 2008 that led to banks in London face increased taxation resulting in key talent looking East.


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