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October / November 2010: Regulars
Beyond Basel 3
SIMON THOMPSON draws his own conclusions about bankers’ real challenge – how to husband their human capital.
News round up
Trends, views and happenings in banking and financial services.
ALEX INNES of Semple Fraser provides new insights into how banks can manage their risks of lending.
A trusted adviser*
PETER GALLANAGH of Campbell Dallas praises one bank manager’s “sheer determination, understanding and belief in our client’s business” which made him a model to follow.
‘Be very afraid’
In the fight against bribery and corruption, ROGER STEARE is helping the Serious Fraud Office with their inquiries into the definition of good, ethical banking leadership.
Rex is recruited to advise borrowers who are in difficulties. But Judith knows one of his secrets from her previous job. Should she blow the whistle? BOB SOUSTER discusses her dilemma.
Masters of risk
OWEN KELLY welcomes the launch of the UK’s first academic-industry partnership to correct one of the key causes of the financial crisis.
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