An interview with Kenneth Haar of Corporate Observatory Europe (pictured).
Any vague hope that regulators would succeed in breaking up Europe’s biggest banks vanished last month (January 2014). The EU’s internal market commissioner Michel Barnier set out proposals that are far too weak to address the too-big-to-fail issue. Under the proposals, banks won’t need to be split into smaller parts...Download the article here.
This interview appeared in Unforgiving Servant Magazine #1 on 14 February 2014.