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Are Banks Too Big to Fail?

 

Warwick Business School would like to invite you to join the taster lecture ‘Are Banks Too Big to Fail?’ on Tuesday 16 June 2020.

In this interactive session, Professor John Thanassoulis, a panel member for the UK Competition and Markets Authority, and a former Non-Executive Director of OXIP, will explore whether there is evidence that banks are indeed Too Big to Fail (TBTF) and assess what the evidence suggests as to the size of the implicit TBTF subsidy that the largest banks currently enjoy.

This free session will give you a taster of what you will be learning on the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation MSc, while giving you the opportunity to ask us questions and engage with fellow attendees in our bespoke wbsLive online classroom.

You can find out more about the part-time and online Global Central Banking & Financial Regulation qualification, developed in partnership with the Bank of England, by downloading the brochure here.

Event: Are Banks Too Big to Fail
Date: Tuesday 16 June 2020
Time: 13:00 – 14:00 (UK time)
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