Speakers

Prof. Charles Goodhart

Prof. Charles Goodhart

Prof. Charles Goodhart is Director of the Financial Regulation Research Programme at the LSE. He is the developer of Goodhart’s law, an economic law. He served at the Bank of England and was member of its Monetary Policy Committee from June 1997 to May 2000. He has published extensively in high-ranking economics journals.

Dr. James Forder

Dr. James Forder

Dr. James Forder is Deputy Warden of Balliol College, Oxford, and also its Andrew Graham Fellow and Tutor in Political Economy. Dr. Forder is a known expert in the history of economics in the 20th century, on central bank independence, the economics of European integration and the political economy of European Monetary Union.

Prof. Richard Werner

Prof. Richard Werner

Prof. Richard Werner is a leading macro and development economist, and banking expert. Pioneering the discipline of ‘scientific economics’, he developed new macroeconomic models that have an outstanding empirical track record. In his book “New Paradigm in Macroeconomics” (2005) he warned of the recurring banking crises and the wrong post-crisis policies. His book “Princes of the Yen” (2003), a top best-seller, warned of the creation of new asset bubbles and banking crises in the eurozone. In 1995, Prof. Werner proposed the original “quantitative easing” post-crisis recovery policies.

Daniel Palotai

Daniel Palotai

Daniel Palotai is an executive director and the chief economist of the Hungarian central bank (Magyar Nemzeti Bank). His professional career started in the monetary strategy division in 2004. From 2007, he worked as an economist at the European Central Bank. From November 2010, he was head of the macroeconomic policy department of the Ministry for National Economy and was actively involved in the development of Hungary’s structural reform programme. In March 2013 Daniel Palotai re-joined the Magyar Nemzeti Bank to become executive director responsible for monetary policy and chief economist. Since September 2015, he has been responsible for international and priority matters. He is also a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the European Central Bank and of the Economic and Financial Committee of the European Union.

Prof. Kern Alexander

Prof. Kern Alexander

Prof. Kern Alexander was appointed to the Chair for Law and Finance at the University of Zurich in 2010. He is also a Senior Research Fellow in Banking and Financial Regulation at the University of Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and is Academic Programme Director for the Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive Education Programme ‘Understanding the Regulatory Environment’.

Prof. Dariusz Wójcik

Prof. Dariusz Wójcik

Prof. Dariusz Wójcik is Professor of economic geography at the University of Oxford. He has published three books and over forty articles and book chapters in leading journals and edited volumes. He co-leads one of the largest ever research projects on financial centre development in co-operation with lawyers and economists, funded by the Hong Kong government.

Baron Karl-Theodor von und zu Guttenberg

Baron Karl-Theodor von und zu Guttenberg

Baron Karl-Theodor von und zu Guttenberg is a German businessman and politician of the Christian Social Union (CSU). He served as Minister of Defence (2009-2011) and Minister for Economics and Technology (2009). In 2011, he joined the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, USA, as a Distinguished Statesman. He is also an advisor to the EU Commission on the promotion of internet freedom regarding questions of foreign affairs. Karl-Theodor is the chairman and founder of Spitzberg Partners, New York.

Charles Haswell

Charles Haswell

Charles Haswell spent 11 years at some of the largest banks in the world, advising the chairman on regulation strategy and engaging with the regulators in the UK and abroad. Before this, Charles was a UK diplomat with a China focus. From 2008-2015 he set up HSBC’s Global Policy function to work on the reform of financial regulation after the financial crisis. He developed an approach to macro-prudential policy to accommodate money creation, the shortcomings of traditional economic models, and the inability of central banks to create new economic assets (growth) through Quantitative Easing. His team also set up the Business Growth Fund (BGF) and developed the concept of Sustainable Finance. Since 2015 Charles has focused on the challenges of financing new technologies.

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