Cut through the complexity

Fox, Richard
July 2011
Money Marketing;7/7/2011, p44
In this article the author shares his views regarding the financial dowturn that affects banking industry in Great Britain which led to significant political interference in the business models followed with specific targets for lending to support economic growth.


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