Rathbones' Crossman: Covid-19 could lead to a more responsible capitalism

How the industry can 'build back better'

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Rathbones' Matt Crossman
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Rathbones' Matt Crossman

Once the scale of the coronavirus pandemic became clear, the response was swift with governments banishing any talk of fiscal discipline to promote recovery.

While Covid-19 pandemic highlights the weaknesses of the current system, it could also be a catalyst for accelerating the move towards a more responsible capitalism, and an opportunity to direct stimulus...

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