Did investors act as enablers of the banking crisis? What should/could we do to be a bigger part of the solution?
A Network for Sustainable Financial Markets fringe workshop prior to the opening of the Just Banking conference was held in Edinburgh, Thursday 19th April.
To complement the main conference, this fringe session – organised in collaboration with Just Banking and the University of Edinburgh Business School – focused on the role of institutional investors. In particular, whether Scottish institutional investors can leverage their historical cultural strengths to act, collectively, as a force for positive change on the UK and global scene.
The session was an interactive discussion facilitated by NSFM President, Raj Thamotheram exploring whether
You can download the presentation by following the link below:
As valued NSFMers, Raj would like to get your feedback on slides 15 and 16 which can be downloaded separately here:
The specific questions are as follows:
On slide 15 – are these the best examples to illustrate the 6 drivers?
On slide 16 – are these the key mistakes to learn from? What specific (company/director) examples best illustrate these points? Are there any examples of investors NOT making these mistakes? Or investors, having made these mistakes, learning and committing to doing things differently?
Please send your comments to rthamotheram[at]gmail.com or participate in the LinkedIn discussion within the NSFM group.
Thanks for your help!!