Euromoney content and the coronavirus
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Euromoney content and the coronavirus

A message from the editor

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Euromoney’s editorial mission is to provide our readers with a window on the world of banking, and to promote debate about best practice within the industry.

With the coronavirus now a global pandemic, the banking industry – like all sectors of the economy and society – faces existential challenges. Banks’ ability not just to cope with implications of the crisis, but also to play a proactive role in counteracting them, will be crucial to how we live and work in the future.

Euromoney’s own challenges at this time – working remotely with our offices shut, unable to travel or conduct face-to-face meetings as we would always prefer – are immaterial in comparison. 

We remain determined to continue to do what we do best – speak to the most important people in the banking industry, and give our readers an insight into what they are doing. We’re confident we will continue to have access to those people, and we hope that you will continue to use our content to inform your own knowledge and understanding of finance in these extraordinary times.

Our thoughts and best wishes are with the huge number of friends and contacts Euromoney has made in all parts of the world during our 51 years of existence. Stay safe and look after your loved ones and, after that, remember the crucial role that banks have to play in first coping with, and then rebuilding after, a crisis which will eventually pass.

With best wishes


Clive Horwood



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