What next for Australian banking?

Musson, Daniel
December 2009
inFinance;Dec2009, Vol. 123 Issue 5, p26
Academic Journal
The article discusses the future of Australian banking. It tackles the government ownership and the interconnectedness of the global financial system. It also describes the role of banks which include allocating of capital for the economy and linking the divergence between long-term borrower and short-term depositors.


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