Updated Wednesday, April 23, 2014 as of 6:35 AM ET
Ex-Barclays Executive Rudloff Sees ‘Golden Decade’ for Banking
(Bloomberg) -- The world's securities firms are poised for 10 years of growth, according to Hans-Joerg Rudloff, the former chairman of that business at Barclays.
“Investment banking has a brilliant future,” Rudloff, 73, said in an interview in Milan on April 16, making his first public comments on the business since retiring from Barclays in February. “The industry is looking at a golden decade.”   more »
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