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Michael Hintze to join Financial Systems InquiryBY ALICE URIBE | MONDAY, 24 MAR 2014 11:45AM
The founder and chief executive of global fund manager CQS Sir Michael Hintze is one of four appointments that have been made to an advisory panel to support the Financial Systems Inquiry (FSI).
Read more: CQS Sir Michael Hintze, Australia, Financial Systems Inquiry, FSI, Andrew Sheng, Asia Pacific David Morgan, Hong Kong Securities, Order, Executive Appointments, Australian Treasury, CSFB, Distinguished Fellow, Dr Morgan, Europe, Fung Global Institute, Futures Commission, Goldman Sachs, Hong-Kong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Inquiry close 31 March 2014, International Advisory Panel, International Monetary Fund, JC Flowers, JP Morgan Chase & Co Jennifer Nason, Member, Mr Sheng, New York, Officer, President, Reference, Time Magazine, Treasurer Joe Hockey, United Kingdom, Westpac Banking Corporation, World Bank
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