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Implications of Recent Monetary Policy of Key Central Banks on Financial Markets
What does "America First" mean for TRADE and TAX POLICY? These HWA speakers know the decisions facing CEOs and Congress, and the impact on American workers, our foreign policy and the economy as a whole. These speakers are compelling keynote speakers and also fiery debaters on a panel.
Steve Forbes: CEO of Forbes media, champion of tax reform and former U.S. Presidential candidate
Max Baucus: Trade expert, Ambassador to China (2014 - 2017) & Chair of Senate Finance Committee (2007 - 2014)
Lawrence Summers: Secretary of the Treasury and Director White House Council of Economic Advisors
Alan Krueger: Jobs expert, Chairman White House Council of Economic Advisors, Chief Economist of the U.S. Treasury
Julia Gillard: Prime Minister of Australia (2010- 2013) and expert on trade in the Asian-Pacific region
Ed Balls: Chief Economic Advisor to the UK Treasury (2010 - 2015)
Paul Tucker: Deputy Governor of the Bank of England (2009 - 2013)
Felipe Calderon: President of Mexico (2006 - 2012) and NAFTA expert
Vicente Fox: President of Mexico (200 - 2006) and NAFTA expertMore experts on taxes and trade issues in North America, Europe and Asia >>
Paul Tucker joins Bruegel think-tank in proposing post-Brexit British continental partnership with EU.
Former Bank of England deputy governor and banking and monetary policy expert Paul Tucker has joined economy and policy experts with the Bruegel think-tank in calling Britain to form a "continental partnership" with the EU.Read the article here > >
Paul Tucker is intricately informed about the implications of monetary policy on the global economy
Knighted for reforms that created a more resilient international banking system, former Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker has much to share about the implications of monetary policy for the global economy, international financial markets, and risks to monetary and financial stability. Reflecting his agency in public policy via the Bank of England, globally and in Europe, Tucker is now a research fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Public Policy.Find out more >>
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Paul Tucker to Succeed Sheila Bair as Chair of Systemic Risk Council
On December 8, 2015, the Systemic Risk Council named Paul Tucker as its new Chair, succeeding Sheila Bair, the Council’s founding Chair from 2012 through 2015, who has assumed the role of Chair Emeritus.Read more
Chair of the Systemic Risk Council and former Bank of England deputy governor, Sir Paul Tucker is one of the most respected central bankers and financial policy makers of our time. He joined the Bank in 1980 and played a major role during his tenure in many of the most significant developments in the international financial system. Mr. Tucker was a member of the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee, Financial Policy Committee, Prudential Regulation Authority Board, and Court of Directors. He was knighted for his reforms, which created a more resilient international banking system.
Sir Paul is noted for his analysis and understanding of the capital markets, developing a new rigor and set of relationships for the BOE, which informed his voting positions on quantitative easing and forward guidance as a member of the Monetary Policy Committee. Sir Paul was analyzing the data and driving economic policy at one of the world's most influential and internationally oriented central banks only a few short months ago, and he has much to share about the implications of monetary policy for the global economy, international financial markets, and risks to monetary and financial stability.
As a former leading member of the G20 Financial Stability Board, he has keen insight into international policymaking and into how large and complex international banks and markets should be properly supervised given the myriad of global regulations. He believes the new regulatory regime will influence monetary policy as well as shaping banks' strategies, and that policy to cure the problem of “too big to fail” should focus less on breaking up banks and more on 'resolution regimes' that put losses on to equity investors and bond holders, not taxpayers.
Sir Paul was instrumental in establishing how an independent Bank of England sets monetary policy free from political decisions, illustrating how central bankers were responsible for some of the most effective policy initiatives during the last decade. Reflecting his agency in public policy via the Bank of England, globally and in Europe, Tucker is now a research fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Public Policy. Sir Paul also serves as a Director at Swiss Re, a leading global re-insurer, and was recently elected to the board of the Financial Services Volunteers Corps (FSVC).