Bear Stearns was gobbled up by JP Morgan last March, Lehman Brothers collapsed in September, and a succession of financial institutions have teetered on the brink of collapse, saved only by emergency capital injections by governments. Despite this, price remains the most important factor when deciding which bank to trade with, according to a survey of corporate treasurers conducted by Risk magazine in March.
Sixty-five per cent of respondents - comprising treasury officials from 50 of the world
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