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Notes and Sketches, More thinking out loud on the Internet. Case Study Nationwide issues first benchmark sterling covered bond JAN 2011 http://gbm.rbs.com/docs/gbm/our-clients/case-studies/2011/RBS%201638-0411NationWCS_4.pdf The inaugural issue needed to build confidence in the sterling niche. As Jeremy Walsh, Head of RBS Debt Syndication, said, “We had to over deliver for the client – any other outcome would …

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    Banking Commission wants firewall around retail banking07:59am on 12 Apr 2011124. At 08:32am 11th Apr 2011, Robin Joy wrote: I find your comment interesting. Have you considered that ultimately so-called Investment Banking relies on the concept, and a concept is what it is, of Debt Money? That is a money supply based on a system …

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I have started writing a political pamphlet in an area of Law in which I have some expertise In a past Life I have acted for Business interests as a financial trouble shooter in my profession Chartered Surveying its what is known as a Law of Property Act Receiver. The nuts and bolts and rights and wrongs …

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I have spent 6 weeks studying to a level sufficient to challenge the orthodoxy’s of modern finance in concerned circles but Oh how I miss my Music studies. A brief respite on a friends Facebook Page. Thomas Van Glabeke Hi Matt, I don’t know if this is good a place to ask this. But I’ve always wondered how to create a nice finger …

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http://www.linkedin.com/e/-4reg39-goewm65c-3w/vaq/53024747/3056216/40919374/view_disc/ James Vaughn • Roger, the middle 1800’s were a great time for social-political-economic thought. If it wasn’t for the lack of proper sanitation, I might have enjoyed living then. I lament that we, as a society, seem to have lost the sense of social discussion that was so a part of the world between 1860 and …

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