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Mind the $1.6 trillion gap!

16 October, 2017David Morrish
David Morrish argues that regulatory changes have unintentionally led to a reduction in correspondent banking, resulting in a $1.6 trillion trade finance shortfall.

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This article was first published in Financial World, the journal of The London Institute of 
Banking & Finance.