Risk Management and the G20
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The G-20 met last weekend to discuss the state of the world’s economy and coordination of economic policy. Perhaps the most significant output of the meeting were the pictures of the groups which very clearly illustrated that the world’s financial system’s major players have expanded beyond the tiny group of 7 countries that made up the initial G7. These emerging economies, like Brazil and China, made it very clear that the world’s financial institutions — like the World Bank and IMF — must be governed more democratically.