Director of the Institute of Global Finance, Prof. Fariborz Moshirian, spoke in an interview on CNBC on May 23, 2016. He discusses issues to be discussed at the G7 Summit and the state of the economy within the Euro zone for 2016 including the stand off between the IMF and the European Commission. The interview is viewable here.
on the World Bank Report: Doing Business
The Director of IGF, Professor Moshirian interviews Dr Augusto López-Claros, Director of the World Bank Indicators Group, on aspects of the World Bank Report, Doing Business 2016. This report provides tools for enhancing global competitiveness and increasing global interdependence. This interview is viewable here.
Director of the Institute of Global Finance, Fariborz Moshirian, spoke in an interview on CNBC on April 22, 2016. He discussed the ECB's policies after the central bank's meeting on Thursday. The interview is viewable here.
Director of the Institute of Global Finance, Fariborz Moshirian, spoke recently in an interview on CNBC. He talked about the challenges facing the IMF, the European Commission and the Greek Government with respect to the third bail out package offered to Greece last year. The interview is viewable here.
An International Business Forum will be held as part of the 28th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference on the 16th of December from 11am-1pm at Shangri-la Hotel in Sydney. The topic of the Forum will be Global and Regional Financial Stability. This event will bring together leading practitioners, business leaders and the keynote speakers of the conference. Speakers include Dr.
Director of the Institute of Global Finance's recent interviews on CNBC
Professor Fariborz Moshirian, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, has recently conducted a number of interviews on CNBC on Global and particularly, European Financial Stability. The interviews can be accessed below:
What's holding back a Greek bailout deal? 23 April 2015
The chance of a Grexit stands at 30-40%: 17 June 2015
Institute of Global Finance has recently published a research work on Global Governance: Global Banks and Shadow Banks Supervision in the Journal of Banking and Finance.
The recent global financial crisis has highlighted the importance of a process of consultation, interaction, exchanging of views and information sharing amongst market participants, policy makers, researchers and regulators. Following the recent global financial crisis, these four protagonists of the financial market and the global economy have learnt to increase their interaction and sharing their points of view and data etc. with each other thereby contributing to improved functioning of global financial markets.
Douglas Diamond, University of Chicago
Douglas Diamond, Merton H. Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, spoke at the Australasian Finance and Banking Conference on the goal of, and need for, liquidity regulation.