Reviews

  • He tells the financial story of our age

    Alec Russell, Financial Times
  • A brilliantly readable account, based on exceptional access to most of those involved, of the transformation of the old Quaker bank into a hard-charging capitalist adventurer. ... Philip Augar's book is both a thriller and a reminder that business is fascinating because all human life is there.

    John Plender, Financial Times
  • A riveting and revealing account of how a bank of high moral character with Quaker origins ended up in the sewer thanks to ambition and greed.

    Iain Martin, The Times
  • Once you start reading Philip Augar's well-researched book, you are captivated. ... What makes The Bank That Lived a Little a must-read is the way in which, in its pages, Barclays comes to embody all that has been, and possibly still is, wrong with the entire banking sector.

    Vicky Pryce, Literary Review

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