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Branching Out: The Urgent Need to Transform Canada’s Financial Landscape and How to Do It

  • Thorsten V. Koeppl

    (Queen's University)

  • James MacGee

    (University of Western Ontario)

The global financial landscape is changing. Canada’s legislative and regulatory framework for financial services must change as well.

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Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 251 (June)
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