Members in the News

  • Kuroda on Japan's Economic Outlook
  • June 23, 2014
  • G30 member and Governor of the Bank of Japan, Haruhiko Kuroda, outlines the state of Japan’s economy today, and the outlook for economic activity and prices as the Bank continues to pursue a 2 percent price stability target. Governor Kuroda also speaks about some of the challenges the Bank faces in strengthening Japan’s growth potential.

  • Interview with Bill Rhodes
  • June 19, 2014
  • In an interview on Bloomberg Market Makers, G30 member and President and CEO of William R. Rhodes Global Advisors, Bill Rhodes talks about regulation, and supervision in the financial sector and the importance of banking culture. During the interview, he highlights the recommendations from G30’s recent report, A New Paradigm: Financial Institution Boards and Supervisors, on the relationship between boards of directors and supervisors.

  • Tharman Shanmugaratnam Celebrates IBF at 40
  • June 10, 2014
  • In a speech, G30 member and Singapore’s Minister of Finance, Tharman Shanmugaratnam highlights the successes of the Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) and its role as a leading institution in Singapore’s Financial Sector. Minister Tharman also looks to future challenges and commends new initiatives being unveiled by the IBF designed to strengthen the skills and expertise of Singaporeans working in the Financial Sector.

  • Caruana on Regulating Risk in the Financial System
  • June 4, 2014
  • Bank for International Settlements General Manager and G30 member Jaime Caruana reflects on risk in financial systems and strategies that have been used to face risks since the crisis. Caruana hopes for more proactive changes in regulatory policy for financial systems.

  • Carney on Inclusive Capitalism
  • May 27, 2014
  • G30 member and Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, stresses the role of social capital as a key component in the continued growth of market based economies. Carney calls for a change in the banking culture arguing that trust, and shared responsibility are paramount and he lays out several measures that could help rebuild social capital and promote inclusive capitalism, from changing financial market structures and compensation schemes to the creation of the Banking Standards Review Board.

  • Rajan Discusses India's Banking Sector
  • May 20, 2014
  • In a speech G30 member and Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Dr. Raghuram Rajan, continued the debate over the banking sector in India by arguing that public sector banks do not need to become privatized to become more competitive. Instead, Dr. Rajan calls for changes in governance and in the way lending is managed as well as expanding flexibility in operations and compensation.

  • Interview withh Timothy Geithner
  • May 13, 2014
  • Former US Secretary of the Treasury and G30 member, Timothy Geithner, discusses his time at the US Treasury and his new book, Stress Test, in an interview with The New York Times Magazine.

  • Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises was released on May 12.
  • Corrigan Outlines Challenges Ahead
  • May 2, 2014
  • G30 Member, E. Gerald Corrigan, gave the keynote address at The Global Economy Series Luncheon, hosted by the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations. In his speech, Corrigan outlined the global economic outlook and challenges ahead for policymakers and business leaders.

    To read the full address, please click here.   
  • Rogoff' Economic Outlook
  • April 30, 2014
  • In a panel at the Milken Institute, G30 member Kenneth Rogoff joins esteemed economists, Nouriel Roubini and John Taylor, to discuss the world economic outlook.  Rogoff is optimistic for U.S. growth prospects, but does not agree that it has become an ‘engine of growth’ as described by the IMF. The discussion also offers insight into evolving monetary policies, Chinese growth, and the slow European recovery.

Member Publications

  • Long-term Finance and Economic Growth
  • 2013
  • The report examines critical constraints on the supply of long-term finance and calls for reforms that can strengthen the flow of capital into long-term investments by governments, institutional and individual investors.