The pressure on financial services companies is growing as regulators around the world tighten the rules.
Daniel Oakley, director, knowledge management for Ernst & Young’s financial services practice
Tension is running high in London’s financial district as two rival European exchanges make a play for the venerable London Stock Exchange.
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