Jeremy Stein. Jerome Powell. Chris Whalen. Miroslav Singer. Adam Levitin. Sonia Arrison. Eileen Mauskopf. The Inner Circle. Jesse Eisenger. Jason Furman. The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking. Vice Chairman, BNY Mellon "Confidence is what leadership is really all about.
" • Generates roughly half of BNY Mellon's pretax income • Manages a third of its 52,000 employees in 115 cities around the globe • Is the first female vice chairman in the company's 227-year history • Started, and still leads, the bank's wildly successful women's network. It's easy to prove Karen Peetz is powerful in the traditional sense of the word. She generates roughly half of BNY Mellon's pretax income.
Andy Haldane, Executive Director, Financial Stability. Andy Haldane is Executive Director for Financial Stability.
Andy has responsibility for developing Bank policy on financial stability issues and the management of the Financial Stability Area. He is a member of the Financial Policy Committee as well as several senior management committees of the Bank. He is also a member of the Basel Committee. Hunter S. Thompson. Hunter Stockton Thompson (July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005) was an American journalist and author.
Born in Louisville, Kentucky, to a middle-class family, Thompson had a turbulent youth after the death of his father left the family in poverty. He was unable to formally finish high school as he was incarcerated for 60 days after abetting a robbery.
Paul Volcker. Margaret Thatcher. Sherwin Rosen. Matt Taibbi. George Stigler. Janet Tavakoli. Bush. Thomas Day. Marwan Ammoun (imar1. I Emilie, I Blog. Ollie Henderson. Richard J. Herring. Lars Frisell. Adam Levitin. Benn Steil. Featured Publications A remarkably deft work of storytelling that reveals how the blueprint for the postwar economic order was actually drawn.
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Simon Johnson. Tyler Durdan. !_Who Runs the Government. Michael S. Barr - Former Assistant Treasury Secretary for Financial Institutions (May 2009 to January 2011) - WhoRunsGov.com/TheWashingtonPost. Indra Nooyi. Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi (born 28 October 1955) is an Indian-American business executive and the current Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, the second largest food and beverage business in the world by net revenue. According to Forbes, she is consistently ranked among the World's 100 Most Powerful Women. In 2013, she has been ranked 10th in the list of Forbes World's 100 most powerful women.
Early life and career Nooyi was born in Madras (presently Chennai), Tamil Nadu, India. She was educated at Holy Angels Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School in Madras. Ben S. Bernanke News.
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He had early political experience running a mayoral campaign in Yonkers, New York and served as executive assistant to the secretary of the New York State Senate. From 1973 to 1979 Celente traveled between Chicago and Washington D.C. as a government affairs specialist. In 1980 Celente founded The Trends Research Institute (at first called the Socio-Economic Research Institute of America), now located in Kingston, New York, publisher of the Trends Journal which forecasts and analyzes business, socioeconomic, political, and other trends. Thomas Day - MarketsWiki, A Commonwealth of Market Knowledge. Thomas Day is managing director, risk and policy, financial services at SunGard Ambit in Arlington, Va. He has held the position since May of 2010.
Day has more than 20 years of banking and risk management experience. He has worked at the senior vice president level in portfolio management, derivatives, balance sheet modeling and strategies. Hank Prybylski video interview. Morgan Stanley - Global Economic Forum Team. Dedicated to being the preeminent provider of economic research to the global financial community.
The Global Economic Forum is designed to provide a daily update on the ongoing dialogue among our far-flung team. We hope you find it helpful as a vehicle that takes you into the inner sanctum of the rapidly changing global financial markets. As always, we welcome your feedback. Richard Christopher Whalen. Professor Carol Alexander - Market Risk Analysis: News 2010.
News from 2010 This has been a much better year than last – which I guess (at least, I hope) was my annus horribilis – can’t imagine a worse time than spring/summer of 2009!
After the effort of 5 years writingMarket Risk Analysis, I’ve been focussing my academic work on research. It was a great pleasure to have an academic visitor, Professor José María Sarabia, a renowned Statistician from the University of Cantabria, doing some interesting joint work on generalized beta generated distributions and their applications. We became firm friends and I look forward to continuing our research.
No less than six of my PhD students graduated this year.
Finance. Regulations Smothering Small Banks. Regulations Smothering Small Banks Posted: Apr 4, 2011 by William M.
Isaac & Robert H Smith for American Banker Everyone has an interest in policies that will foster a strong economy and sustainable job growth. While some steps have been taken, we are not getting the job done. Over half of U.S. job growth is initiated by small businesses. Women in Banking. TED. Religion (people) Rick Bookstaber. FDIC Isaac Remarks at Roundtable on Brokered Deposits. FDIC Isaac Remarks at Roundtable on Brokered Deposits Posted: Mar 18, 2011 During my tenure as Chairman of the FDIC, the practice of money brokers bundling vast sums of money from investors and placing those funds in high-risk banks and S&Ls paying the highest interest rates cost the FDIC and taxpayers tens of billions of dollars in losses.
The FDIC had a similar experience with brokered funds during the most recent crisis. It was my honor to participate in an FDIC Roundtable on this subject on March 18, 2011. The agenda of that Roundtable is below followed by my opening remarks. David R. Koenig. Washington Association of Money Managers. Bert Ely has specialized in deposit insurance and banking structure issues since 1981. As the S&L situation worsened, he became in 1986 one of the first persons to publicly predict a taxpayer bailout of the FSLIC. In 1991, he was the first person to correctly predict the non-crisis in commercial banking; in 1992, he predicted the forthcoming taxpayer bailout of the Japanese banking system. In recent years Bert has been sounding the alarm about the financial risks posed to taxpayers by the two government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
He has co-authored two monographs on Fannie and Freddie issues that were published by the American Enterprise Institute, and has testified before Congress about the Fannie/Freddie problem. Kevin on the Street. Darrell Duffie, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.