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August / September 2011: Regulars Contents
The missing wordSIMON THOMPSON unveils the Chartered Banker Professional Standards Board.
News round upA digest of what’s happening in banking and financial services.
Institute newsNew events and other updates.
Subsidiary questions*ALEX INNES of Semple Fraser asks, “When is a subsidiary not a subsidiary?”
Relationship building*PETER GALLANAGH of Campbell Dallas examines what is getting in the way of good relationships and why the barriers must be overcome.
Can free advice come at a cost?In the latest of our ethical dilemmas BOB SOUSTER explores the question of when information becomes advice.
What you need to knowFrequently asked questions regarding CPD.
The bigger pictureROGER STEARE emphasises that it is always important to remember what has true value in life.
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