Factors affecting the competitiveness of internationally active financial institutions
AbstractThe author identifies the characteristics of banks and securities firms that appear to contribute to competitive success in the international arena. She bases her findings on studies of several bank product markets and a statistical analysis of the performance of fifty-one large financial institutions. Particular attention is given to the ways in which success in individual product markets translates into overall profitability.
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