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Towards A Sustainable Business Model - How Financial Institutions Have To Change To Win Back Society'S Trust -

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  • Hugo Bänziger, 2012. "Towards A Sustainable Business Model - How Financial Institutions Have To Change To Win Back Society'S Trust -," FMG Special Papers sp210, Financial Markets Group.
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