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Thursday, 10 September 2009, 12:00AM
East Wintergarden

Financial Crisis: Do We Need More Regulation?

Charlie McCreevy

Charlie McCreevy is the European Commissioner for the Internal Market and Services.

Charlie McCreevy is a qualified chartered accountant. In 1977 he was first elected to Dáil Eireann (Irish Parliament) for the constituency where he was born - County Kildare, Ireland. From 1992 he held various cabinet posts in Fianna Fail-led governments including: Minister for Social Welfare, Minister for Tourism and Trade and latterly (1997) Minister for Finance. Since 2005 he has been the EU's Commissioner for Internal Market and Services.

This is the 2009 Sir Thomas Gresham Docklands Lecture.
Other Sir Thomas Gresham Docklands Lectures can be accessed here:
    2012 - Charles Taylor
    2011 - Andy Haldane
    2010 - Anne Craine
    2008 - Bill Emmott
    2007 - David Blood
    2006 - Professor Werner G Seifert
    2005 - Sir David Tweedie
    2004 - Callum McCarthy

charlie-mccreevy

Charlie McCreevy is a qualified chartered accountant. In 1977 he was first elected to Dail Eireann (Irish Parliament) for the constituency where he was born - County Kildare, Ireland. From 1992 he held various cabinet posts in Fianna Fail-led governments including: Minister for Social Welfare, Minister for Tourism and Trade and latterly (1997) Minister for Finance. Since 2005 he has been the EU's Commissioner for Internal Market and Services.

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10 September 2009

Financial Crisis: Do We Need More Regulation?
Charlie McCreevy

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