3rd December 2007
The presentation will consider why multinationals are well-positioned, through their historical and economic "spheres of influence" to help influence meaningful financial sector reform in Developing Countries that would be more "accessible and equitable" than current reform efforts and that (as such) should prove mutually beneficial in the long term for the DCs and the MNCs .
For a short biography and achievements of the late Stuart Chalfen please click here.
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This lecture is accredited with 1 Law Society or Bar Council CPD point.
This is a free event, however you must register to attend this event.
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