U.K. Bank Nationalization Seen As Disastrous

The U.K. government’s effort to rescue the country’s banking system by acquiring stakes in it could be a disaster, according to David Oakes, cio of Mercater Capital Management.

  • 17 Nov 2008
The U.K. government’s effort to rescue the country’s banking system by acquiring stakes in it could be a disaster, according to David Oakes, cio of Mercater Capital Management. Oakes said nationalized stakes could pose problems in the future as government interference would limit banks’ ability to grow and ...

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