How the shape of global banking has turned upside down – The Economist

The Economist

How the shape of global banking has turned upside down
The Economist
IN THE 1980s, when Citicorp was America’s largest bank and pursuing every avenue for international expansion, John Reed, the bank’s boss, would muse about moving its headquarters to a neutral location, notably the moon. Such sentiments are …

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