Monthly Archives: July 2012

Are the Canadian Banks Becoming Too Powerful? (Globe and Mail)

Over the past few years, the Canadian banks have been praised for avoiding the worst of the global financial crisis. This success is firmly rooted in public policy (and good management) since, for much of the past century, Canadian policy makers – i.e., governments and regulators – sought to create a very powerful and Canadian-controlled banking system. Click to Download»

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