Short sighted

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p42
In this article the author discusses the redundant trends in the financial services industry in Great Britain. He states that most of the companies in this sector are letting their talented and skilled people go and making their main asset-funds unmanaged. He believes that those laid off frontline staff or the sales and client support teams are the most important key for companies that face recession.


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