John Rogers, CFA, is the former president and CEO of CFA Institute.
Five years after the global financial crisis washed over us all, the future of finance is unclear. The debate continues over how to rebuild a financial system that is vibrant and dynamic, that serves society, and that won’t blow up and drag the whole world down every few years. From my perspective, a new era of capitalism is emerging out of the fog. What I define as fiduciary capitalism is gathering strength and needs to become the future of finance.
Robert F. Bruner, Dean of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, discusses the evolution of the MBA program. Dean Bruner focuses on the changing perspectives of students towards education and employment, while explaining what recruiters and employers can come to expect out of MBA graduates in the 21st century that may not have been the case in the past.
Robert F. Bruner, Dean of the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, discusses the importance of financial crises. Dean Bruner discusses the 2008 crisis through the historical lens of a financial economist. Bruner focuses on the importance of studying past crises in order to better understand and mitigate future crises.
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