Congressman Barney Frank, former chairman of the powerful United States House Financial Services Committee at the height of the 2007–2011 global financial crisis, discusses the new order that is emerging in the banking and financial services world.
Gregory Gibb, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lujiazui International Financial Asset Company, also known in China as Lufax, says its platform operates in the space that banks are not keen on. And as its lending stood at RMB600 billion in 2015 alone, Lufax is bringing investors and borrowers in ways that entail lower cost.
Gray Stern, co-founder and chief commercial officer of Landbay, the United Kingdom’s fastest growing peer-to-peer investment platform, says fintechs are not that big a disruption. They are making meaningful improvements, not reinventing the infrastructure that financial services are built upon.
Congressman Barney Frank, former chairman of the United States House Financial Services Committee during the height of the 2008 global financial crisis, and the joint architect of the Dodd-Frank Act to reform the ailing financial services industry, shares his views on the Act. He also discusses the new order that is emerging in the banking and financial services world.
His Excellency Mubarak Rashed Al Mansoori, governor of the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates discusses the impact of de-risking, anti-money laundering measures as well as the decline in oil prices on the gulf state’s economy and financial markets.