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Citigroup Names Jane Fraser as New CEO 

On 10 September, Citigroup named Cambridge Economics Alumna Jane Fraser as their new chief executive. This is the first time that a woman has been appointed as CEO of a large Wall Street bank. Jane Fraser attended Girton College between 1985 and 1988 and graduated with a BA from the Economics Tripos in 1988. The Faculty of Economics would like to congratulate her on this historic and prestigious appointment. Read More>>

Published on - Tuesday 15th September 2020

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Banking

Finance



Banks Do Not Create Money Out Of Thin Air 

In recent years, some have claimed that banks create money ‘ex nihilo’. In the most read column this month for VoXEU "Banks Do Not Create Money Out Of Thin Air", Dr. Pontus Rendahl and (PhD Student) Lukas B. Freund explain that banks do not create money out of thin air, that there are no magic money trees.

Published on - Tuesday 7th January 2020

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Banks

Banking

Monetary



Dr. Rohit Lamba - India, Leverage and Capital Adequacy Article 

Dr Rohit Lamba & Arvind Subramanian have had an article on "Why India should focus on Leverage and not just Capital Adequacy" published in India's Business Standard.

Published on - Friday 8th May 2015

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India

Banking

Stability



Dr. Rohit Lamba - Five Questions on India's Credit 

Cambridge-INET Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr Rohit Lamba has had an article on "Five Questions on India's Credit" published in the Indian Business Standard. In which Dr Lamba, along with Sutirtha Roy & Arvind Subramanian, argue that India's credit and banking are neither too big nor too small. Read More>>

Published on - Thursday 9th April 2015

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India

Banking

Credit




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