Case Study

Leeds (A): A board issue: Direction in a changing environment

51 pages
December 1998
Reference: IMD-3-0757

In late 1992, the Leeds is about to report generally favorable financial results. In the tradition of the UK building societies this cooperative organization is active as a deposit-taking and mortgage-lending institution, primarily for its members. Through in-depth industry analysis, the executive directors have identified tremendous changes in the personal financial services industry. They seek to bring future issues and options to the attention of the board at large.

Keywords
Industry Analysis, Change, Bank, Personal Financial Services, Construction Company
Settings
United Kingdom
November 1992
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© 1998
Available Languages
English
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