The 'bank of mum and dad' lives on.
Ten years ago, one of the largest investment banks in the world collapsed. Lehman Brothers was one of the first in a chain of banks to fall, triggering the 2008 recession. In the UK, the government had to bail out the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds. The austerity measures put in place after the crash have lasted a decade.
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A Department of Business, Innovation and Skills consultation on realising the full benefits of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has recently closed. It asks two big questions 'should there be more robust measurement of CSR programmes to really understand the impact and where they add value' and 'should big businesses be made to invest?'
You would imagine that a business that spends nearly $50m (c. £30m) on a brand campaign would have a pretty sound proposition? At the very least, it would know what makes it special, different and appealing...