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    Video Blog: The Financial Crisis - Lessons Learnt
     

    Ten years on from the start of the Financial Crisis, CIO Tom Becket paid a visit to the site of the Golders Green Branch of Northern Rock, the UK’s most notable casualty which collapsed in February 2008. Standing at the infamous scene where crowds of savers queued outside branches to withdraw their savings, Tom analyses what lessons, if indeed any, have been learnt for central banks and investors since then.

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