The financial crisis of 2007-08 had an immediate impact on the world's economies, with deep recession experienced across the globe. The longer-term impact on the banks will also be significant, as regulatory authorities learn lessons from the crash and implement new supervisory rules. Regulation arising as a result of the crash will indeed heavily influence bank business models, compared to what was practised in the past decade. In this article we discuss how banks will have to adjust their strategy and approach in response to new regulatory requirements.

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