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Gary Wright

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Is SWIFT Running Fast into a Monopoly?

10 November 2009  |  3655 views  |  1  |  Recommends 1

The news that SWIFT has been organising meetings between payment banks and several large Corporates in their Le Hulpe offices could be seen as great news by many hoping for streamlining in the Eurozone payments area however, does it conceal the real worries that we should be concerned with? SWIFT as we all know is a cooperative organisation owned ...

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A New Dawn for the Banking Industry Begins Today

03 November 2009  |  3456 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Those that are regular readers of my blogs will recognise the news today that the government is splitting up the bailed out banks, which was always my preferred way of getting a return for the tax payer. Today marks the beginning of the long plod back to normality where the government withdraws from the private sector and the high street banks are...

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The Corporate Tsunami is coming

02 November 2009  |  2678 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Anthony Hilton made a statement in his Evening Standard column that the world's corporates will be looking to refinance massively as the global economic crisis begins to subside. We are both on the sa...

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