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Perspectives on Human Security and Development Thursday, October 10th 10:00Am – 11:30AM Location: Hotel Commonwealth 500 Commonwealth Avenue Featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Atiur Rahman, Governor of the Bangladesh Bank.
From American Banker By Barbara A. Rehm July 24, 2013 Ending “too big to fail” may be the single public policy goal that everyone in financial services agrees on. Obama administration officials, federal regulators, lawmakers from both parties, even executives at the largest banks are united: the government shouldn’t ride to the rescue every time […]
International Education Program in Economics Journalism ImpactMedia is an international education pilot of the Foundation for Effective Governance created to foster quality economics journalism in Ukraine. The key idea is providing access to top-notch international training in the area of economics journalism to Ukrainian reporters and editors. ImpactMedia resulted from a […]
From the Financial Times. Sir, Your editorial paean to bank leverage ratios (July 11) is undermined by your report on the same day describing how US banks intend to shuffle assets around to avoid the new rules. We should have learnt by now that capital ratios, whether risk-weighted or leverage, are not the cure for […]
CAS economics class teaches key life lessons From BU Today By Leslie Friday June 14, 2013 The course description for Aaron Stevens’ economics class should read: “Take this and you’ll be prepared for every decision you make from now until death.” That may be a tad dramatic, but it’s not far off base, considering that […]
Chinese finance is more in tune with what Latin America wants, rather than what western development experts say it needs From The Guardian By Kevin Gallagher May 30, 2013 The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, travels to the US and Latin America this week, for the first time since he took office in March. What a […]
New York, New York: The finest law firm writers of 2013 have been announced by the Burton Awards, a non-profit program, which is run in association with the Library of Congress. The thirty winners were, once again, chosen from the nominations submitted by the nation’s top 1,000 most prestigious and largest law firms. The fourteenth […]
Former Morgan Stanley chief regulatory lawyer named director of graduate program Boston University School of Law is pleased to announce that James E. Scott, the former chief regulatory counsel of Morgan Stanley and general counsel of Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A., has been named director of the Graduate Program in Banking & Financial Law, effective May 15. […]
A Pardee House Seminar April 12th, 2013 12:00PM – 1:30PM Lunch will be served at 11:30AM Click here for more information.