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The FS Club ask - Greed and Corruption in the City of London, does it really exist?

Written by Ashwin Rattan Tuesday, 29 May 2012 12:15
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The Financial Services Club present ...


Greed and Corruption in the City of London, does it really exist?

Chris Skinner, Chairman of The Financial Services Club, will chair the discussion.


Tuesday 12th June 2012 from 18.00 until 20.45 at The City IOD, New Broad Street House, 35 New Broad Street, London, EC2M 1NH.

 

If you wish to attend you should register, if you have not already done so, at: 
Member or Non Member
(The cost for non members is £95 plus vat and is reimbursed in the event of the attendee subsequently becoming a member.)


Background:
The media has a regular debate about greed and corruption in the City of London. With insider trading cases rife; the FSA clamping down; whistle-blowers appearing by the minute; and a Bribery Act that is meant to strike the fear of God in all those engaged in such activities; 2012 has seen such practices becoming rarer and harder to practice than ever before. Or has it? Two leading commentators on the financial markets take a microscopic view of greed and corruption in the City and determine if it really does exist and, if so, in what form.

Nick Kochan
 is one of the UK's leading authorities on white-collar crime, on corruption, and on market abuse. He has been observing and commenting on abuse of the financial markets and institutions for over 20 years and is the author of many books about white-collar crime. His latest book, Corruption, explores the risks, remedies and responses to corruption and bribery in corporations, and provides unique insight into law enforcement's thinking and practices in dealing with suspected events.


Ian Fraser is a journalist, blogger and broadcaster on all aspects of business, finance, politics and economics. His articles appear regularly in the Financial Times, BBC News, The Sunday Times, The Herald/Sunday Herald, Thomson Reuters and Dow Jones. Since March 2009, Ian has been researching and helping to produce documentary programs about the banking and financial crisis for the BBC. These have included RBS: Inside The Bank That Ran Out of Money, shown on BBC2 in December 2011. Ian is also a consulting editor and blogger on Bloomsbury Publishing PLC’s QFinance project, and an associate lecturer at the University of Stirling.

 

The session will be followed by drinks, canapés and networking.

If you wish to attend you should register, if you have not already done so, at: 


Member or Non Member
(The cost for non members is £95 plus vat and is reimbursed in the event of the attendee subsequently becoming a member.)

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