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The Future For Finance: Track 1

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The financial crisis of 2008 has been widely blamed on poor regulation of financial institutions and the bonus driven casino culture. So what measures are the new coalition Government taking to ensure a crisis on this scale doesn’t happen again? Martin Upton of The Open University Business School’s Centre for Accounting

By: The iTunes U team (The Open University,)

  • Duration 25 mins
  • Updated Friday 4th June 2010
  • Introductory level
  • Posted under Politics
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Track 1: Reform in the Financial Services Industry

This podcast was recorded just after the Queen’s Speech on May 25th 2010, which set out the Government’s policy agenda for the forthcoming parliamentary session following the General Election on May 6th 2010.


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Tracks in this podcast:

Track   Title Description
1 Reform in the Financial Services Industry    This podcast was recorded just after the Queen’s Speech on May 25th 2010, which set out the Government’s policy agenda for the forthcoming parliamentary session following the General Election on May 6th 2010. Play now Reform in the Financial Services Industry
2 The Financial Services Industry: Reform and Reinforcement of Regulation    In this podcast Martin Upton of The Open University Business School provides a summary of some of key changes to the regulation of financial services that have unfolded since the May 2010 General Election. Play now The Financial Services Industry: Reform and Reinforcement of Regulation