This editorial was written ahead of the industry being dragged off to Osaka for the annual Swift shin-dig. Fine if you are a Japanese banker, not so good if you are one of the many attendees from Europe, a continent that will not see the show for at least five years. At least there should be plenty of places to sit for tired delegates, as the withdrawal of the Chinese banks from the exhibition will probably see the appearance of some large lounge areas.
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