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Special focus: The future of banking

What lessons have been learnt? What will the optimal banking model be? And what are the next shocks awaiting the system?

CEO Roundtable After the meltdown: Top bank CEOs explain their hopes and fears

The chief executives of 11 of the world’s biggest banks discuss the lessons they have learnt from the global financial crisis, their concerns over a regulatory backlash, and how they plan to rebuild profitability in the toughest markets in history.

The participants:

  • Vikram Pandit, Citi

  • Alfredo Sáenz, Santander

  • Michel Tilmant, ING

  • Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank

  • Georges Pauget, Crédit Agricole

  • Frédéric Oudea, Société Générale

  • Herman Verwilst, Fortis

  • Rick Waugh, Scotiabank

  • Terunobu Maeda, Mizuho

  • Teisuke Kitayama, SMFG

  • Nobuo Kuroyanagi, MUFG

The future of banking Why banks need to shape up or sell off

Before the September crisis, many banks were looking to sell non-core assets to raise capital. Now, safety in size means mergers are the order of the day. But when the market settles, will investors demand that banks concentrate on what they are good at to maximise returns?

Credit markets Why litigation is the next crisis facing the banking industry

Lawyers around the world are readying lawsuits to file against banks that sold toxic products to investors.

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