Monthly Archive
for: ‘October, 2017’


DERISKING THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S BALANCE SHEET: Protecting Taxpayers, Reducing Risks, Promoting National Objectives by   Gregory P. Wilson   (Download Complete Article)  ABSTRACT     The derisking of all federal credit, guarantee, and insurance programs on the U.S. Government’s balance sheet would be good for the United States.  As broader fiscal policy issues are debated this […]

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Economy Recovery and Financial Market Competitiveness

Economy Recovery and Financial Market Competitiveness Effective and efficient financial markets that also are well regulated and governed are a key building block to much needed economy recovery globally.  While every country is different, there are at least 10 universal lessons for thriving financial centers that I have observed throughout my career that need to […]

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“Financial crises are hardly limited to the purview of central bankers and regulators. The authors skillfully demonstrate that financial crises offer both peril and promise. A ‘must-read’ for top management of any global company, whether a financial or a nonfinancial institution.”
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.