Impossible not to compare two bankers – Sir Fred Goodwin and Mohammad Yunus – two world views: one that works, one that doesnâ€™t.
Thereâ€™s something almost Wildean about Yunusâ€™s stories. He overturns the assumptions by which a society operates. The Grameen Bank has loaned money to tens of 1000s of beggars and his bank still flourishes. Other banks that only lend to the rich (because of â€˜economic realitiesâ€™) have crashed.