Eddie Rakabe | No need for mutual banks to compete with retail banks

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Mutual banks need not see themselves as potential competitors to traditional retail banks but instead as niche banks with well-defined developmental goals and limited geographical reach, writes Eddie Rakabe.

If there is one industry that symbolises the highest form of market concentration in South Africa, it must be the retail banking sector.

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