Research by Ahmed Tahoun, Assistant Professor of Accounting at London Business School, investigates the reality of political donations.
Bischoff discusses the progress that has been made since the financial crisis.
A noted observer of the mutual fund industry once commented, “The real business of money management is not managing money, it is getting money to manage."
Will a cultural change avoid a future banking crisis like the one precipitated by the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008?
There has been a plethora of regulation, whose aim is to prevent such a collapse ever happening again. Yet there is an uncomfortable feeling, that despite this activity, the financial system has not been reformed in a way which makes it safe, or makes it efficient.
Five years on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics at London Business School questions whether Basel III is a credible cure for the financial crisis that shook the world.
Are calls to regulate the banking industry too premature? Alex Edmans explores whether there is a need for a new financial reality.