Evolving business landscape forces big banks back to basics

Appetite for many structured products has vanished, leading banks to axe jobs over the past year. Damaged institutions are striving to rebuild trust with clients, constructing simpler and less-profitable instruments. Now commercial players and domestic houses are seizing the chance to cherry-pick talent, and the market should look radically different again by the end of this year.

  • 20 May 2009
Desperate times call for desperate measures. A handful of international banks may have reported better-than-expected results for the first quarter of this year, but many have had to hive off unprofitable divisions and retrench expensive staff in the last year to get there.
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