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June/July 2010 Regulars:
Trends, views and happenings in banking and financial services.
ALEX INNES of Semple Fraser alerts business to changes in land and lease agreements.
Ethical quandary – Double dilemma
BOB SOUSTER outlines the “double dilemma” for a bank’s young assistant manager who joins the management committee of a local sports charity.
Fears for the future*
IAN WILLIAMS of Campbell Dallas wonders if external ownership of banks will necessarily be negative.
It's a mans world...
….but, in The Long View, LOUISE KIRK finds more recognition of “the compelling business case for gender equality”.
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