Friday, December 31, 2010
On December 17th, 2010, the Financial Times asks: As regulators and politicians seek to tighten their grip on bonuses and leverage, what does the future hold for investment banks after the financial crisis? and how do food and clothing companies, as well as governments, react to rocketing input prices?
In the chair, analysis editor Frederick Studemann debates the issues with FT colleagues Megan Murphy, investment banking correspondent, Martin Sandbu from the leader writing team and consumer industries editor Louise Lucas.
The video runs 16 minutes and 28 seconds.