Financial Innovation for Social Change: An Interview with Lew Kaden

Lew Kaden,Vice chairman of Citigroup, and Professor Bruce Kogut, director of the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics provide critical commentary and insight on the topics addressed in the “Financial Innovation: A Risky Business?” panel. Watch it here: http://youtu.be/l--anUZPoBU In this interview, Kaden explores the need for financial innovation in extending inclusive financing to those in need around the world, using technology to aid the pace and development of financial innovations that create social value, and t regulating innovations and financial institutions. This discussion is part of the Individual, Business, and Society curriculum which discussions to foster a community dialogue on tradeoffs, choices, and accountability in areas related to values-based leadership, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility. To learn more, please visit: http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/leadership/finnovation In this interview, “Financial Innovation for Social Change,” Kaden addresses the expansion of financial innovations to extend inclusive financing to those in need around the world, how technology aids the pace and development of financial innovations that create social value, and the importance of regulating innovations and financial institutions. This discussion is part of the Individual, Business, and Society curriculum that uses a series of thought-provoking discussions to foster a community dialogue on tradeoffs, choices, and accountability in areas related to values-based leadership, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility. To learn more, please visit: http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/leadership/finnovation In this interview, “Financial Innovation for Social Change,” Lew Kaden addresses the expansion of financial innovations to extend inclusive financing to those in need around the world, how technology aids the pace and development of financial innovations that create social value, and the importance of regulating innovations and financial institutions. This discussion is part of the Individual, Business, and Society curriculum that uses a series of thought-provoking discussions to foster a community dialogue on tradeoffs, choices, and accountability in areas related to values-based leadership, corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility. To learn more, please visit: http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/leadership/finnovation