Bondholders versus shareholders

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Financial institutions face an increasingly difficult task in trying to manage the expectations of their growing number of constituents, investor bases (typically bondholders versus shareholders), as well as regulators and rating agencies. Although some of these constituents have overlapping interests, there are more instances where interests diverge.

Financial institutions are faced with the delicate balancing act of trying to improve their market capitalisation without weakening the

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