Euromoney Awards for Excellence - Global Awards - In a year of falling securities markets, liquidity crises, credit blow-ups, scandals and falling business volumes, only the very best firms stand out. Euromoney commends this year's winners of the 2002 Awards for Excellence.
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|Contributors:||Lee, Peter; Marshall, Julian; Evans, Nick; Currie, Antony; Morris, Jennifer; Oakley, Tessa|
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