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Finance Discussion: Can regulators fix bank culture and repair reputational damage?

Panel Event: Can regulators fix bank culture?
Can regulators fix bank culture?
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At Oxford Saïd we challenge people to think differently about complex problems and equip them to devise pragmatic solutions through a globally enriched perspective. 

The finance faculty at Oxford Saïd is one of the fastest growing and most prestigious globally, and works alongside the most diverse and well-known groups of economists in the world.

On 29 November 2016 we held a successful Finance event which broached the question: Can regulators fix bank culture and repair reputational damage?

Panellists: Nikhil Srinivasan from Generali, Robin Nuttall from McKinsey & Company, Alan Morrison, Head of the Finance Faculty at Oxford Saïd, David Wighton from the Wall Street Journal and Moderator Rupert Younger, Head of the Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation discussed the topic from their various perspectives and fielded questions from the audience.

Apologies were sent from Terri Duhon from Morgan Stanley International who was unfortunately unable to be on the panel due to transport issues on the night of the event.

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