Anat Admati, Professor of Finance and Economics at Stanford University; Tony Greenham, Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing
One of Time and Foreign Policy Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, Professor of Finance and Economics at Stanford University Anat Admati explains that the financial system must be rethought to benefit society.
How can we tame the excesses of the financial industry and make it more accountable to the people it should serve?
Professor of Finance and Economics at Stanford University Anat Admati, believes that the financial sector has not learned its lessons from the crisis - despite its protestations to the contrary. After testifying to Congress and organising countless high-level summits, she visits the RSA to argue that the banking industry’s recklessness and resistance to reform will continue to have indefensible social costs unless it is completely reevaluated.