Financial services in the 1980s and 1990s can be characterized as consisting of three quite different but overlapping eras:

1982 to 1989 was an era of growth, innovation, and speculative excess. The period began with primary attention to consumer financial services, but the greatest energy was to go to corporate and capital markets activities.

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