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Opinion

23 March: Deutsche Bank, HSBC, M&S's Stuart Rose, Sandy Weill

Introducing a light-hearted look at the financial markets players as well as the issues that keep bankers up at night. In this piece Abigail brings us commentary on Deutsche Bank, HSBC, M&S tomatoes, and Sandy Weill's sweater.

Welcome to the first "Abigail with attitude” column, a regular no-holds-barred commentary that takes a fresh, light-hearted look at the firms and people involved in the financial markets as well as the issues that keep bankers up at night. I aim to be different and daring rather than malicious and malevolent. “You were always so outspoken,” my first City boss, matinee idol look-alike David Reid Scott (now chairman of corporate advisory firm Hawkpoint), sighed when I told him about my latest career adventure. Outspoken or not, the aim (with your help) is to leave the markets “shaken but not stirred”. So please send me your input and feedback (abigail@euromoney.com) and let me know what’s on your mind.


Deutsche Bank, Anshu Jain

On HSBC's recent reorginization

Marks & Spencer: Chairman Stuart Rose's tomatoes

Citigroup Chairman Sandy Weill's sweater

                                                                                                                         More on Anshu Jain

                                                                                                               More on Josef Ackermann

                                                                                                                        More on Sandy Weill

                                                                                                                        More on Stuart Rose

Next month, a US bank that has lost its way and what senior management should do to prevent Armageddon...

Send me your input and feedback (abigail@euromoney.com) and let me know what’s on your mind.

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