The Future of Finance
With its ‘Future of Finance Project’ Re-Define strives to reshape the financial system in accordance with the following principles: equity, stability, sustainability, accountability and transparency. Our position as a leading independent think tank specialising in financial regulation in Europe allows us to offer meaningful contributions to the continuous debates on economic and financial reforms. Re-Define advises governments, central banks, non-governmental organisations and other relevant policy actors, providing in-depth reports on a diverse scope of issues. While the detail of the majority of advice and consulting work remains by necessity confidential, Re-Define also is dedicated to improving the general public’s understanding of the financial system and its processes.
Our key publication is the book: The financial crisis - causes and cures
The book aims to provide some answers to questions regarding the key causes of the economic crisis, while simultaneously offering an account of what could be done in order a prevent such a crisis from reoccurring.
The Future of Finance Project is dedicated to reshaping the financial system in accordance with the principles of 1) Equity 2) Stability 3) Sustainability 4) Accountability and 5) Transparency.
Other Re-Define publications on Finance
Financing the Real Economy in the EU (Mar 2011)
A new global monetary system? (Jan 2011)
This our testimony to the German Bundestag on the subject of Financial Transaction Taxes delivered XXXX
This policy brief shows how a differentiated regime of financial transaction taxes can be used for rasing highly progressive tax revenues, reducing excessive short-termism and addressing systemic risk.
This policy paper sketches out what a good bank and a good banking system should like. It then reflects on policy options can can help us get from the banking systems we have to the ones we need.
This policy brief from Re-Define is a very important contribution to the current policy discussions on financial sector reform. It lists, discusses and critiques the proposals put forward by governments in the US and Europe.
This policy brief written in April 2009 discusses what financial sector reforms are needed in order to bring about a system that is more stable, more competitive, fairer and that better serves the need of the real economy.
This note talks about how Financial Transaction Taxes can help meet some of the fiscal costs of the ongoing financial bailouts and enable a fairer burden sharing across society.
This note on Hedge Fund Regulation is a response to the European Commission Consultation written on behalf of the European Parliament.
This note on Private Equity Regulation is a response to the European Commission Consultation written on behalf of the European Parliament.