Cliff Taylor on the bizarre incentives that are driving our banks

One thing journalists discover after a while scribbling is that readers can ignore stuff that they feel is great, and then react to something else entirely.

1st June, 2013
'The other theme is the seeming inability (unwillingness?) of the banks to do deals'

Wrong incentives for our banks

One thing journalists discover after a while scribbling is that readers can ignore stuff that they feel is great, and then react to something else entirely.

I wrote a piece here last week about the continuing problems of the banking sector and its inability to operate in any way normally and received significant feedback, mainly from people who deal with banks as businesspeople or advise companies in this area.

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