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Monday, 14 November 2011, 7:00PM
Four Seasons Hotel, Canary Wharf

The Sir Thomas Gresham Docklands Lecture: Get Shorty

Andy Haldane

Patience is a virtue. But does it have value? Andrew Haldane will discuss the importance of patience to growth and stability, its recent evolution and its implications for financial markets and systems. There is evidence that capital market myopia – short-termism – may be mounting. If so, what if anything should be done about it? Andy Haldane delivers this year's Sir Thomas Gresham Docklands lecture. The event is chaired by Professor Michael Mainelli.

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

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Andy Haldane is Executive Director for Financial Stability at the Bank of England. Andy has responsibility for developing Bank policy on financial stability issues and the management of the Financial Stability Area. He is a member of the newly established Interim Financial Policy Committee as well as several senior management committees of the Bank. He is also a member of the Basel Committee.

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14 November 2011

The Sir Thomas Gresham Docklands Lecture: Get Shorty
Andy Haldane

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