Knowledge Exchange: Trust as the Currency of the New Economy

Market instability, economic turmoil, inadequate risk controls, bank failures, and scandals have tested public confidence in our global financial ecosystem. Can better governance and risk management at institutions, stronger leadership and boards, intelligent regulation by government agencies, and a better understanding of the complexities of interconnected economies and markets restore our trust? A prestigious panel of experts with experience in the financial arena, government, and media will discuss how trust and "reputational capital" are foundational to restoring and rebuilding the role—and regard—of the financial sector in the New Economy globally. Underwritten by Thomson Reuters

Festival: 2013

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