Increasingly strict capital rules over the past three years may be forcing the break-up of the financial "supermarkets" built in the decade before the financial crisis. Photo: Bloomberg
Increasingly strict capital rules over the past three years may be forcing the break-up of the financial "supermarkets" built in the decade before the financial crisis. Photo: Bloomberg

Stricter capital rules force big banks to downsize their global ambitions

The largest banks may be forced to end their ambitions to offer all services in all regions

Increasingly strict capital rules over the past three years may be forcing the break-up of the financial "supermarkets" built in the decade before the financial crisis. Photo: Bloomberg
Increasingly strict capital rules over the past three years may be forcing the break-up of the financial "supermarkets" built in the decade before the financial crisis. Photo: Bloomberg
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