Clearly, one of the lessons of the 2008 financial crisis was that large financial institutions need to be subjected to more effective capital requirements. But precisely what kinds of requirements, and just how to structure them, have been subjects of heated debate ever since; and with good reason.
The 2012 Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture will focus on Prudential Banking regulation and how we can make it work. This lecture will be of interest to all members of the banking and finance industry who share a common concern for prudential management in Australia and beyond, as well as academics and practitioners in related industries.
Professor Calomiris' research and teaching span the areas of banking, corporate finance, financial history, and monetary economics.
Professor Charles W. Calomiris is Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions at Columbia Business School, a Professor at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs, and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is a member of the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee, the Shadow Open Market Committee, the Financial Economists Roundtable, the Task Force on Property Rights at the Hoover Institution, and the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board.
The Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture is alternately hosted by UTS and University of Sydney. This year's event is hosted by UTS Business School and is an important occasion that honours the contribution of an academic that was well respected and contributed greatly to both universities.
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