Governments as shareholders: navigating the challenges of newly held interests in financial institutions
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This working paper, written in collaboration with Oliver Wyman, discusses the issue of managing and resolving governments’ newly acquired equity interests in financial institutions. With over US$ 700 billion of taxpayers\' money invested, the wrong choices – in policy objectives, management strategy, or emphasis in execution – could cost taxpayers billions of dollars and have long-term implications for the stability of the global financial architecture.

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Wednesday 2 December 2009