Learning from the Past

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The current financial downturn raised a lot of questions about government regulation and support for failing banks. Twentieth century banks resolved much of their issues without government intervention. This begs the question – should today’s governments still be involved? Has the government gone too far into banking regulation?

Period01 Jan 2015

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  • TitleLearning from the past
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date01/01/2015
    DescriptionThe current financial downturn raised a lot of questions about government regulation and support for failing banks. Twentieth century banks resolved much of their issues without government intervention. This begs the question – should today’s governments still be involved? Has the government gone too far into banking regulation?
    PersonsPhilip Fliers