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December 2010/January 2011: Features
Most media attention focused on the public cost of the Chancellor’s £81bn austerity package. Less noticed, says CHRIS BAUR, is the mix of levies and threats directed at the banks.
Complementary Currency: Money revolution
In the last 30 years, there have been 97 bank crashes and 176 monetary failures. It’s time for an entirely new approach to money, argues ROWAN MORRISON.
Banking Insights: Mistaken strategies
Most banks believed their optimal strategy was to be all things to all men. They’re wrong, argues RICHARD KIBBLE of PwC.
International insights: Re-regulating out of Crisis
There must be ‘global ownership’ of regulatory reforms if we’re to avoid another financial crisis, bank chief Lord DAVIES warns this year’s conference of top European researchers at Bangor.
Staff engagement: Play a new mind game
He’s most engaged in his jobs, says management guru DUNCAN BURY, “when I’m emotionally involved and people tell me I was bloody brilliant."
This year’s conferments of Fellowships, Chartered Banker status and Awards of Certificates and Diplomas.
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