The City is blessed with many gifts: timezone, language, people and legal system. But the self-inflicted scandals and crises of recent years have tarnished the Square Mile’s reputation, resulting in its status being questioned. Those gifts are still intact, but only a wholesale change in culture can enable the City to safeguard its title as the world’s leading international financial centre. Philip Moore reports.
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