12 Dec 2013

Financial Centres in Europe: Post-Crisis Risks, Challenges and Opportunities

Rym Ayadi / Emrah Arbak

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan, this book explores how financial centres in Europe have responded to the financial crisis and outlines the challenges and opportunities brought about by the increased international cooperation in regulation and taxation. This book has benefited from interviews with key players in banking, insurance, fund management, trust industry and regulators, tax authorities and others in the major financial centres in Europe during the financial crisis.

Rym Ayadi is Senior Research Fellow and Head of Research at the Financial Institutions, Prudential Policy and Tax Unit at the Centre for European Policy Studies. A former researcher at CEPS and a specialist in financial regulation, taxation, and corporate governance, Emrah Arbak is now an economist at the National Bank of Belgium.

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