Informatief Bankers:Risking it all

The sun rises above the financial district of the City of London in this April 23, 2011 file photo. London, the continent's biggest city, has one of the biggest problems with air. It has the highest levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) of any European capital; the colourless, odourless gas is produced by burning fuel and can damage people's breathing. Through complex chemical reactions, nitrogen oxides generate ground-level ozone; this has supplanted the old London "pea soup" smoky fogs as the modern definition of smog. Air in the British capital again made headlines when ground-level ozone was 80 percent over World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines on the eve of the 2012 Olympics, raising worries for the athletes. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) REUTERS

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Deel twee van drieluik over recente schandalen in de Londense City en de onthullingen over zelfingenomenheid, hebzucht en roekeloosheid die het vertrouwen in de bankensector ondermijnd hebben. Vanavond twee zaken die illustreren dat er vijf jaar na de crash nog steeds onverantwoorde risico’s worden genomen. Met o.a. Nobelprijswinnaar Daniel Kahneman, Bill Winters (oud-JP Morgan) en toezichthouder Martin Wheatley over de mathematische modellen waarmee computers zelfstandig beurshandel bedrijven.