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

How the industry can 'build back better'

Rathbones' Matt Crossman

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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