An end in sight for deleveraging — but obstacles remain
The deleveraging cycle is coming to an end. While balance sheets will never hit their pre-crisis sizes, stronger capital positions mean that growth is finally a prospect, even if there is plenty of work still to be done. Bankers focusing on senior debt can expect their jobs to get busier — but treasurers also have plenty of other options open to them, writes Nathan Collins.
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