Australia cannot ignore Singapore's investigation into attempts to manipulate key financial benchmarks, writes Justin O'Brien.
In light of the upcoming G8 summit in Northern Ireland, the rationale for re-regulation of banking according to normative criteria has never been greater, argues Justin O'Brien.
The US Federal District Court's decision to strike out large parts of the Libor class action reveals a lot about the operation and limitations of private enforcement strategies, writes Justin O'Brien.
The terms of the HSBC deferred prosecution gives the US Department of Justice previously unparalleled external power to shape the culture of global banking, writes Justin O'Brien.
Reform of our global financial systems must aim for a culture of restraint, with integrity and accountability at its heart, argues Justin O'Brien.
Institutionalising restraint in business practice will prove challenging for HSBC and regulators alike, writes Justin O'Brien.
With much to gain, it’s time for universities and their researchers to finally break free from a closed world of knowledge and embrace the openess of online, writes Justin O'Brien.
The travails facing JPMorgan have proved an exceptionally useful pulpit to promote Elliot Spitzer’s blend of moral outrage, personal interest and structural reform, writes Justin O'Brien.
OPINION: Without higher standards of international accountability, banks will continue to see punishment for breaking the law as simply the price of doing business, warns Professor Justin O'Brien in The Conversation.