Well, any professional group has its jargon – a collective of artists, they look differently, they speak differently, they behave differently – finance has its own code, of course, but that’s not the problem. The point is to have enough people who understand that code and are working for the common good.
Beyond that, though, generalising is not the right thing to do, there’s a lot of honest people around the financial sector – perhaps not in these parts, that were committing these trades [cumex trades) but they exist. We need those people, those knowledgeable, highly educated people, on our side.
Answered by: Sven Giegold, MEP
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