7 Burst results for "Jess Daly"

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"June grauso still to come we'll bring you more from davos with barclays ceo jess daily plus oversight yo dara class were shot he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corvette and harvard professor ken rogoff willy lift the last financial crisis in the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize um i think the the connective tiffany and the collaboration between regulators in academics and and and publicly firm and investment firms and banks is at a whole nother level them than it was precrisis you'll back to two thousand five thousand six a bank would meet with the fed may be once every quarter uh uh today we have the bank of england has been the pera fca there in the bank every day this matter to leave a more focused on a call on similar argument i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulations have occurred it really is we need to work collaboratively with our regulators to witness crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand eight and an an and zaza nine look the regulators were there just bear witness in it's something went on day would use their ability to bring the big bank in northern ordinance something in order to shut up uh course correct the economy uh real time today the deep political body have told the regulators i want you to regulate the systems distressed after what not so you avoid the next finance surprises no might some almost year clear viist we've never avoided the next financial crisis it's so and so i think it's incumbent upon banks and firms then and academics is to work collaboratively with regulators triglav wanted the next financial crisis because lightly so the political cost at the banks have endured because of what happened 10 10 years ago been very high so i do think we all need to sit down and forums like this than even though it's all rosy and what not and say.

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"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corvette and harvard professor can rogoff calamity will leave this the last financial crisis in the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize i think the the connec 70 in the collaboration between regulators and academics and and and publicly firm an an investment firms and banks is that a whole nother level them than it was precrisis you go back in two thousand five thousand six bank would meet with the fed may be once every quarter uh uh today we have the the bank has been the pera aiding fca there in the bank every day in the british june this matter a more focused i'm going to call i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulations have occurred it really is we need to work collaboratively with our regulators to witness crisis he'll on one level clean two thousand eight an an an and as an on the regulators were there just bear witness in it's something went on they would use their abilities to bring the big bang inordinate something in order to shut up uh course correct the economy uh realtime today the deep political body have told the regulators i want you to regulate the systems distressed after what not so you avoid the next financial crisis ill my some almost two years clear finance we never whether the next financial crisis it's so and so i think is incumbent upon banks and firms and academics is to work collaboratively with regulators triglav wanted the next financial crisis because lightly so the political cost of the banks have endured because of what happen 10 10 years ago been very high so i do think we all need to sit down and forums like this and.

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"jess daly" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"With barclays ceo jess daily plus over ceo dara class were shot he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corvette and harvard professor can rogoff calamity financial crisis than that and the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize i think the the can activity in the collaboration between regulators and academics and and and publicly firms and investment firms and banks is that a whole nother level them than it was free classes you go back to two thousand five thousand six a bank would meet with the fed may be wants to three quarters uh uh today we have the bank of england in the iranian sea there in the bank every day this matter they leave a more focused i'm going to call think both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulations have occurred it really is we need the work elaborately with our regulators to what the next crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand eight as an an anti as an on the regulators what they're just to bear witness and if something went on they would use their ability to bring the big bang inordinate something in order todd of course correct the economy realtime today the deep political body have told the regulators i want you to regulate the systems the.

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"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Barclays ceo jess daily plus oversight yo dara costs were shot he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corbett and harvard professor can rogoff luke calamity willie miss the last financial crisis and the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize um i think the the connec typically in the collaboration between regulators and academics and and and publicly forums and investment firms and banks it at a whole nother level them than it was precrisis you go back to two thousand five thousand six a bank would meet with the fed may be once served three quarters uh uh today we have the bank has been deteriorating fca there in the bank every day and the question is better more focused on a concert bombing i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulators have occurred it really is we need the work elaborately with our regulators to win their crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand an eight at an an and zaza nine the.

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"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Listening to bloomberg best on bloomberg radio i'm ed baxter and i'm june groso still to come we'll bring you more from davos with barclays ceo jess daily plus oversight yo dara class rochon he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corbett and harvard professor can rogoff willy missed the last financial crisis than the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize i think the the connective with the in the collaboration between regulators in academics and and and publicly firm and investment firms and banks is that a whole nother level them than it was precrisis you go back to two thousand five thousand six bank would meet with the fed may be once every quarter uh uh today we have the you know the bank of england has been that the iranian sphere there in the bank every day in the christian this better more focused on a call and i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulations have occurred it really is we need to work laboratory with our regulators to what the next crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand eight and an an and two thousand nine the regulators what they're just bear witness and if something went on they would use their ability to bring the big bank in northern is something in order to shut up course correct the economy uh real time today the the political body have pulled the regulators i wanted to regulate the systems distressed after what not so you avoid the next financial crisis no might some almost forty years could finance we never of whether the next financial crisis it's so and so what i think is incumbent upon banks and firms then and academics is to work collaboratively with regulators towards vital for the next financial crisis because lightly so the political cost that the banks have endured because of what happen 10 10 years ago been very high so i think we all need to sit down and forums like this and even though it's all rosy and whatnot and.

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"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Davos with barkley ceo jess daily plus over ceo dara costs were shot he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corvette and harvard professor can rogoff willy list the last financial crisis in the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize i think the the connec 70 in the collaboration between regulators and academics and and and publicly firm and investment firms and banks is that a whole nother level them than it was freak license uh you go back to two thousand five thousand six a bank would meet with the fed may be once every quarter uh um today we have the bank that's been the tran fca there in the bank every day this matter they leave a more focused on a colon center i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulators have occurred it really is we need the work collaboratively with our regulators to witness crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand eight an an an and as an on the regulators would there just bear witness and if something went on they would use their ability to bring the big bang inordinate something in order to conduct a course correct the economy uh real time today the deep political body have pulled the.

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"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jess daly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With barkley ceo jess daily plus oversight yo dara costs were shot he explains how he's rehabilitating the company's corporate image barclays chief executive jess daly is warning investors and business leaders that the mood at this year's world economic forum in davos is too similar to two thousand six when everyone thought there would never be another financial crisis he spoke about how to prevent the next financial meltdown with bloomberg's tom keene along with citigroup ceo michael corvette and harvard professor can rogoff economic calamity willie lift the last financial crisis in the damage that was done globally and i do think one thing that is different this time that we need to utilize um i think the the can activity in the collaboration between regulators and academics and and and publicly firm and investment firms and banks is that a whole nother level them than it was precrisis uh you go back to two thousand five thousand six a bank would meet with the fed may be once three quarters uh um today we have the banking system that the iranian theory there in the bank every day in the british doing this better they have a more focused i'm going to call on i think in both sides of the atlantic the degree of integration or or or work between the regulators and the banking community not only to fix what happened last time but now i think as most of the corrections through bank regulations have occurred it really is we need the work elaborately with our regulators to witness crisis he'll on one level pre two thousand eight an an an anti as an eye on the regulators what they're just bear witness and if something went on they would use their ability to bring.

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