ICMA Centre Senior Fellow gives comment on Reuters Insider
ICMA Centre Senior Fellow Richard Comotto has appeared on Reuters commenting on a recent International Capital Market Association (ICMA) white paper looking at the financial crisis in Greece and the preceding crisis with the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
The white paper addresses the area of short selling as a key function of the markets which is currently under review for strict regulation on a national and European level.
|Published||14 July 2010|
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