Finance, Failures, Fines and Fiefdoms

John Maher

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Abstract

This presentation addresses issues associated with the fines and settlements of over €100bn imposed on international banks by regulatory authorities in Europe and the USA in recent years. It examines the purpose of regulation and the background to the events and behaviours which resulted in transfers of this magnitude. It expresses some hypotheses regarding what may unfold in the future and gives weight to the examination of roles that exist in institutions party to these transfers. It suggests some tasks that may be helpful as the sector pursues the next phase in its journey, perhaps with certain redemptive attributes in mind.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2015
EventBank Regulation : Too Much or Too Little - iff, The Hall of the Patriots, Hamburg, Germany, iff, The Hall of the Patriots, Hamburg, Germany
Duration: 03 Jan 0001 → …

Conference

ConferenceBank Regulation : Too Much or Too Little
Cityiff, The Hall of the Patriots, Hamburg, Germany
Period03/01/0001 → …

Keywords

  • Financial Regulation, Public Policy, Financial Risk, Regulatory Enforcement, Regulatory Goals for Financial Services

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