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The National Bank of Canada has commissioned commercial interior designer Robert Ruscio of Montreal to design its flagship space on King and York Streets in Toronto. The dark exterior of the building will frame the contrasting colours used inside, making a visual connection, inviting customers in.
The National Bank of Canada has commissioned commercial interior designer Robert Ruscio of Montreal to design its flagship space on King and York Streets in Toronto. The dark exterior of the building will frame the contrasting colours used inside, making a visual connection, inviting customers in.
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DAVID PARKINSON

National Bank slapped with unfair handicap

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Tuesday’s decision by regulators to designate all of Canada’s Bix Six banks as “domestic systematically important banks” represents something of a Canadian compromise. And like many such compromises, it’s not fair to everyone.