Business Daily - Regulating the Consultants
We hear from the Benjamin Lawsky, the New York State regulator who's taking on a range of financial interest groups where others won't. What does he know - that they don't?
The superintendant of financial services for New York State, Benjamin Lawsky, is taking on a range of financial interest groups where others, it seems, fear to tread. He tells us what he knows - that they don't. We also hear from Nalden, the chief marketing officer and co-founder of WeTransfer, who explains the business model of his data transfer company. And Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times ponders whether it's right to answer workplace emails while you're on holiday. Does it hinder or improve your holiday experience?