CEO Roundtable: Global financial crisis, regulation, and rebuilding profitability
The chief executives of 11 of the world's biggest banks discuss the lessons they have learnt from the global financial crisis, their concerns over a regulatory backlash, and how they plan to rebuild profitability in the toughest markets in history.
After the meltdown: Top bank CEOs explain their hopes and fears
Special focus: Banking 2008 and beyond
Bank management: CEOs learn the lessons and right the wrongs
How are bank chief executives changing their risk management and compensation policies? What do they fear from the regulatory backlash? What collective endeavours are they undertaking to improve systemic resilience? Peter Lee finds that the CEOs of 11 of the world's leading financial institutions are full of insights into what went wrong and how to put it right.
Participants in this discussion
Vikram Pandit, Citi
Q: What are the key lessons your bank has learnt from the present financial market turbulence?