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How retail banks must deliver

June 9, 2003

Retail banks have no time to lose. The gap between the demands of their customers and what they can deliver is growing ever wider. It is time to make sweeping changes now or face extinction.

New EC law raises hackles

June 9, 2003

Susana Fernández Caro reports on negative responses to the European Commission’s draft legislation promoting ‘responsible lending’.

The big chill

May 2, 2003

As banks face some of the most challenging times in two decades and optimists are talking up a post-Iraq conflict recovery, Karina Robinson looks at the possibility and grim implications of a 10-year bear market.

After Iraq

April 2, 2003

Is the Iraq crisis principally about removing a despot from power or is the underlying reality more to do with asserting US global hegemony? Stephen Timewell explores the issues and discusses their implications for banking and finance.

Progress and regress in the Doha round

April 2, 2003

Supachai Panitchpakdi explains why agreement on multilateral trade rules remains some way off, despite the benefits for all.

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