‘Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.” The 18th century English poet Alexander Pope is best-known for writing the rather long-winded ‘Essay on Man’. The premise of Pope’s work is straightforward. Man has fallen and must seek his own salvation. There is a sense of Pope’s philosophical endeavour about the banking inquiry.
Conversations with several members of the banking inquiry last week...
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