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February / March 2011: Features
Andrew Tyrie, as chair of Parliament’s Treasury Select Committee, believes it’s time to stop ‘banker bashing’. KEITH AITKEN listens and learns.
It’s not over yet
AJAY RAWAL looks at the Eurozone crisis and advocates restructuring as a key to survival.
Deloitte Rising Stars
Send in your nomination for the Deloitte Financial Services Rising Star Awards 2011
The Chartered Banker qualification is undergoing a root-and-branch review. COLIN MORRISON explains what’s going on.
Peer to peer networks: If the banks won’t do it…
Peer-to-peer lending is fast becoming a popular way to find a lender – or a borrower – with some excellent rates of return. EWAN MCINTOSH explains how it works.
The multi-bank agnostics
The money men in large corporates want simultaneous access to several banks and multiple accounts. If they don’t get it, warns SHAYLA WALMSLEY, they’ll go elsewhere, without a backward glance.
A re mutuals making the most of current opportunities or are they adversely affected by the recent turmoil in the banking sector?
Scotland’s Skills Gateway aims to take the skills of the financial services sector to ‘world class levels’. DAVID THORBURN explains how this is to be done.
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