Damaged goods

Bamford, Nick
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/23/2009, p23
The article offers the author's sentiments on the bank brand that has been damaged by its inability to provide credit to consumers in 2009 in Great Britain. He states that credit supports the economy in every angle, however, careless lending will cause the economy to stop. He cites that the failure of too many financial regulations has led to banks being blamed by consumers regarding the availability of offering them financial services.


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