Defining what is a “Good Bank” can lead to us to reflect on a number of important considerations. But let us turn that thought on its head for a moment and consider the definition of what is a ‘Bad Bank’.

Good business requires a sense of proportion and an understanding of the environment in which the bank operates. We are reminded that, whenever it needs to ask itself , our good bank will not confuse the ends with the means whereby money is no longer understood for its value, but as the ultimate purpose. It is only under these conditions that efficiency and banking innovation make sense and that trust is possible.

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