A panel discussion exploring the issue of financial regulation after the crash
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE:
EVENT NOW TO TAKE PLACE AT CHURCH HOUSE
The Institute of Economic Affairs invites you to attend an evening panel discussion
‘Financial Regulation After the Crash’
Professor Philip Booth, Editorial & Programme Director, IEA
Alastair Clark CBE, Former Advisor to the Governor of Bank of England
Professor Laurence S Copeland, Professor of Finance and Co-Director, Investment Management Research Unit, Cardiff Business School
Gillian Tett, Capital Markets Editor, Financial Times
Professor Geoffrey Wood, Professor of Economics, Cass Business School
John Blundell, Director General & Ralph Harris Fellow, IEA
Wednesday 27th May 2009
6.30pm-8.00pm, followed by a drinks reception
Harvey Goodwin Suite at Church House (entrance on Great Smith Street).
After the events in financial markets during 2007 and 2008, the subject of financial regulation is being discussed widely. Some policy analysts believe that the crash was caused by lax regulation and that oversight of financial institutions needs to be strengthened and extended to hitherto less-regulated areas. Others see a need for better regulation rather than more regulation. The case can also be made that financial regulators had wide discretionary powers; that aspects of regulation exacerbated the crash and that regulators generally were behind the curve—as such, more regulation cannot be the solution.
Our distinguished Panellists will discuss alternative approaches to financial regulation in the wake of the crash.
RSVP (ACCEPTANCES ONLY PLEASE) to IEA Reception:
by email: [email protected]
by Fax: 020 7799 2137
by Phone: 020 7799 8900
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‘Verdict on the Crash: Causes and Policy Implications’