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Financial Market Competitiveness and Economy Recovery

Financial Market Competitiveness and Economy Recovery Posted in U.S. Economy on February 24th, 2011 President Obama has created a Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, chaired by GE’s Jeff Immelt. Congressional Republicans have promised vigorous oversight of Dodd-Frank for “jobs killing” provisions. To connect the dots, we need to ensure that the United States is a […]

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Ronald P. O’Hanley
Vice Chairman, Mellon Financial Corp.

“Based on their vast experience in financial crises around the world during recent years, the authors have developed an impressive review of the origins of and solutions to financial crises. The cost of such crises can be minimized and the path to recovery established earlier if bankers, other corporate executives, and public finance officials take advantage of this effort and apply the lessons learned from their significant work.”
Charles H. Dallara
Managing Director, Institute of International Finance, Inc.