Thursday 27, March 2008 by Mike Gallagher

Get in the ring

There are a great many arguments taking place about the state of banking, and in particular investment banking, in the Middle East at the moment. Some have suggested that the number of banks in the region has reached saturation point and that some form of consolidation is inevitable, while others say that the market is still in the development stage.

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