How American banks beat European peers to rule the global financial system

A decade ago, they almost brought down the global financial system. Now they rule it

Pedestrian pass the offices of Goldman Sachs in London

Pedestrian pass the offices of Goldman Sachs in London

When two of Europe’s corporate titans sat down to negotiate a merger this year, they called American banks.

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First Published: Sep 5 2019 | 10:52 AM IST

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