On 22 November Martin Wolf, economic commentator of the Financial Times, held a speech in Amsterdam on the state of the financial sector.
Wolf concluded that more radical reforms are needed where money creation comes into public hands. Ben Dyson of Positive Money presented such an alternative.
Wim Boonstra (Rabobank), Teunis Brosens (ING) and the Sustainable Finance Lab-members Arnoud Boot and Klaas van Egmond reacted.
The keynote speech can be found below.
The panel discussion with the above mentioned participants can be found here.