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- March 9, 2011
October 18, 2010


-  Los Cabos Summit: Financial Markets Outcomes

-  Regulation of money markets is essential
to prevent a crisis
(PG 80)

-  Ahead of the G20 Finance Ministers Meeting Feb 2012

-  Rebuilding Confidence Through Global Regulation (Pg 82)

-  Op-Ed: Financial Transaction Tax

-  Cannes G20 Summit Roundup

-  All Roads Lead to the G20

-  A Merger of Equals?

-  To Bank Levy or Not to Bank Levy



In today’s tumultuous economic climate, international discussions have major global implications. Anyone can read the news…but how do you know if you’re getting all the information you truly need? Do you really want what you read on the internet or in the papers to be the backbone of your major decision making? Or do you want inside information from someone who understands the implications of these decisions on your business…


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Never before has it been so important for anyone involved in the capital markets to pay attention to the discussions and decisions made by world leaders as they directly impact the interconnected global economy. The G20 represent 85% of the global economy, 80% of global trade and two thirds of the world’s population. National supervisors are directly influenced by the global guidelines established by the G20 and the international financial organizations that they work with. These decisions affect the financial sector as a whole and all those associated with it, from the centre radiating out to the periphery. To get the inside perspective on the decisions made at the G20 Summit, what they really mean and what you should do about it – you need the insights of someone who has direct experience in the capital markets and who will be at the Summit to ask the relevant questions.

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