Investing in Change: A book of essays on financial reform in Europe
Europe's banking industry and financial markets are undergoing profound change as a result of the financial crisis that erupted in 2007-08. To explain what has changed and what still has to change, the Association for Financial Markets in Europe has commissioned a new book of essays by leading regulators, academics, corporate executives and other experts.
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Foreword: Gaël de Boissard
Introduction: Simon Lewis
Chapter 1: Banking in a market economy - the international agenda: Paul Tucker
Chapter 2: Where the G20 process went right and wrong: Shriti Vadera
Chapter 3: Risk in financial institutions - is it managed?: Eddy Wymeersch
Chapter 4: The impact of regulation on remuneration: Tom Gosling
Chapter 5: A client's view: Sir Martin Sorrell
Chapter 6: Megatrends shaping the corporate banking landscape - a European outlook: Hans-Paul Bürkner
Chapter 7: In defence of the indefensible: financial innovation and complex financial instruments: Avinash D. Persaud
Chapter 8: Reputation in financial markets: Alan Morrison, William Wilhelm, Rupert Younger
Chapter 9: Nostra culpa: Hugo Dixon