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VIDEO - third Open Lecture credit crisis: Do banks have a future?

28 October 2008
Prof. Van Manen
Prof. Van Manen

Today the third speaker in the open lecture series on the credit crisis was prof.dr. Jaap van Manen of the Faculty of Economics and Business. The professor in Auditing and Corporate Governance gave his view on the future of banks. He explained his thoughts about:

    - The mission of financial institutions

    - Ownership and control

    - Board responsibilities

    - Board structures

    - Management compensation

    - Risk management

    - Oversight

Click here for the presentation slides



The 4th open lecture on the credit crisis theme will take place on:

Thursday 6 November, 10.00-11.30am.

Speaker: Professor Robert Lensink

Title: The effects of the credit crisis on developing countries

Place: Lecture hall 0015, Zernike Building

More information on the first two lectures:

-Lecture Professor Sterken

-Lecture Professor Garretsen

Last modified:31 January 2018 11.52 a.m.

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