Apparently interest rates are at a five thousand year low*. So clearly we live in unusual financial times. This definitely calls for explanation and clarification on how returns to capital are so low, on how banks pay savers so little, on the pretty good fortunes of the stock market more than ten years after The Crash. And conference and keynote specialist speakers are here to explain all about The Management of Money.
*Interest rates in Mesopotamia c3000BC during the reign of Hammurabi are believed to have been around 20% – source @macro_tourist via Elena Holodny @ Business Insider
Professor Arturo Bris, speaker on financial regulation, insider trading, and A&M legislation plus social mobility and national competitiveness - one of the hundred most read financial academic writers in the world today.... [more]
Dan Davies, speaker: author of 'Lying For Money', a study of commercial fraud, Dan speaks on financial and economic crises, particularly when there is one going on, on financial crimes and regulation.... [more]
Michael Driver is a practitioner in negotiating the sale of equity and businesses. Once a year he gets himself involved in Kilkenomics, the Festival of Comedy and Economics which takes place in Kilkenny in Ireland every autumn.... [more]
Dr Florence Eid-Oakden - specialised in economic and market studies on the Middle East & North Africa. Formerly Head of MENA research at JP Morgan, and World Bank on Latin America & North Africa and contributed to the World Economic Forum's Arab World Competitiveness Reports.... [more]