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Financial industry execs link up to learn from each other

An exclusive online platform similar to Facebook or LinkedIn is changing the way top-level executives communicate and from today the site is inviting another 30,000 executives to apply for membership.
You might think that in the current economic climate with subprime-induced losses, a lack of credit and rock-bottom share prices, executives at the worldÆs top financial institutions would have their hands full running their businesses.

Instead this has become the starting point for a rather interesting initiative û a sort of Facebook for financial industry executives where members can link up to network and chat through e-mail, instant messaging, or video conferencing in a closed and secure environment at no cost. They can also watch lectures and interviews with their peers. The explicit aim is for top-level executives to learn from each otherÆs experiences, and the initial success has prompted people involved to say that...
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