What's Next for Financial Markets

From the 2008 CFA Institute European Investment Conference

In this webcast, Gillian Tett explains the market’s collective reaction to the global financial crisis using the Kubler-Ross model of the stages of grief. Ms. Tett draws on her experience witnessing the Japanese banking system collapse in the 1990s and makes comparisons to the financial markets’ current troubles.

This webcast comprises a 37-minute presentation and a 22-minute question-and-answer session.

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Gillian Tett is an assistant editor of the Financial Times and oversees their global coverage of the financial markets. Her previous assignments at the Financial Times have included deputy head of the Lex column, Tokyo bureau chief, and coverage of the former Soviet Union and Europe. Ms. Tett is the author of Saving the Sun: How Wall Street Mavericks Shook up Japan’s Financial World and Made Billions. She received the Wincott prize for her capital markets coverage in 2007. Ms. Tett holds a PhD in social anthropology from Cambridge University.

This information is accurate as of the date of recording.



  • Derivatives
  • Economics
  • Behavioral Finance

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Global Financial Crisis Roundtable
4 December 2008


Length: 59min
Posted: 12/4/2008
Recorded On: 12/4/2008
CE Credits: 1 CE
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