The Social Value of the Financial Sector

Salon Evening

The financial services industry lies at the heart of how our society functions. Yet its recent record has not been met with much social approval. The impression has formed that the financial services industry has lost its sense of the proper balance between its own narrow self interest and its role and responsibilities in our overall social fabric. This salon will bring together leading individuals in the financial services industry to discuss openly some of the challenging questions facing the industry, its regulators and our broader societies:

  • Is a change in culture necessary in the industry? Is it even possible?
  • Is our regulatory framework appropriate? Does it help or hinder progress?
  • What roles do politicians, regulators and industry executives have to play in re-setting the relationship between the industry and the rest of society?

Pre-dinner Speaker: Theodoor Kockelkoren | AFM Executive Board Member. Chairman, OECD Task Force on Financial Consumer Protection

Amsterdam, June 12th, 2014
In partnership with Camunico
Posted by March 26, 2014 Leave a comment Category: Happenings & Events

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