The Banking Scene
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The Banking Scene

Unravelling the complexities of financial wellbeing

Augeas, the mythical king of Elis back in ancient Greek times, had an enormous stable with 3,000 cows that wasn’t cleaned for 30 years. For the Fifth Labour, Eurystheus ordered Heracles (Hercules) to clean up this stable in a single day, which meant that he needed to be creative. So he changed the rule of the game: instead of cleaning the stable, he rerouted the nearby river to wash out the filth.

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Rik Coeckelbergs

Rik Coeckelbergs

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