Lifesearch's Tom Baigrie: It is time for a protection trade body

March 2013
Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);3/28/2013, p9
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the theft of the savings of bank depositors in Cyprus and the recruitment of intermediaries from the campaign of the Protection Code of Conduct. He criticizes the precedent set by Cypriot banks to use funds without the proper authorization in its effort to gain access to capital. He explores the possible conversion of the PCC into a trade organization that protects cash deposits and investments.


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