Fixing Financial Crises – Lessons from the Asian and Global Financial Crises

This post was written by Philip Lane

Andrew Sheng will address this topic at the IIEA next Monday - details here.

2 Responses to “Fixing Financial Crises – Lessons from the Asian and Global Financial Crises”

  1. David O'Donnell Says:

    Welcome to Dublin.

    Andrew Sheng is Chief Adviser to the China Banking Regulatory Commission and President of the Fung Global Institute, a new think tank dedicated to offering Asian perspectives on global issues.

    Sheng is a former chairman of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission and has previously held senior positions at the World Bank, the Financial Stability Forum, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and in the private sector.

    He has published widely on monetary, economic and financial issues and is a regular contributor to leading journals and newspapers in China and the Asian region. His latest book is titled From Asian to Global Financial Crisis: an Asian Regulator’s View of Unfettered Finance in the 1990s and 2000s.

    Will peruse the update with interest.

  2. Shane Says:

    Anyone wanting to attend this event can contact me at shane.fitzgerald (at) iiea (dot) com to register.

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