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Financial inclusion: American tragic

Financial inclusion: American tragic

By HELEN AVERY

The plight of the unbanked in the US’s poorest regions is a modern-day scandal in the world’s richest nation. Southern Bancorp is one bank seeking to address the problem. Euromoney goes to the heart of the battle to beat financial exclusion in rural America.

Broadcom blow threatens to burst the M&A bubble

Broadcom blow threatens to burst the M&A bubble

By PETER LEE

It has been the busiest first quarter ever for M&A announcements. Deal makers are becoming exuberant amid strong growth synchronized across the developed markets. But rising protectionism in the biggest M&A market of all could yet turn a banner year into one to forget. Should investment bankers fear the new Trump effect?

Taxing times for Iceland’s recovering banks

Taxing times for Iceland’s recovering banks

By PHILIP MOORE

The country’s banks are much more investable than they have been for over a decade – whether or not that makes them attractive enough to relist and attract foreign investors is another question.

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Energy market might beat banking onto blockchain

Energy market might beat banking onto blockchain

By PETER LEE

Banks are proving so slow to collaborate on blockchain protocols that could reduce costs in financial markets that it almost looks as if they wish to profit from persistent inefficiency.

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