Send in questions for city minister Paul Myners

December 14, 2009

BRITAIN-MYNERS/

City Minister Paul Myners is among a handful of people with first-hand experience managing the financial crisis over the past year.

On Dec. 16, at 9 a.m. British time, Myners will deliver a speech at an exclusive Thomson Reuters event in London on a proposal the government says will strengthen the City’s role as a global investment banking hub. He will also announce a series of policy measures designed to enable an effective resolution for failing firms.

Join a debate with Myners at 8:30 a.m.

Myners was appointed Treasury financial services secretary in October 2008, and worked on the bank rescue package. Since then, Myners has played a leading role in the debate over bank bonuses.

What questions do you have for Paul Myners?

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Does the minister think that continuing to preserve an oligopoly in banking is good for anyone other than the banks?

Posted by GerardOMalley | Report as abusive

Would you leave the country if you weren’t being paid ‘enough’ money? Are the bankers doing this sending a good message to people as a whole?

Posted by LilyTheRed | Report as abusive

He will also announce a series of policy measures designed to enable an effective resolution for failing firms.

You already have in place an effective resolution for failing firms Paul, it`s known as the “bad bank” shell scam, and it seems to be humming along quite nicely from all accounts.

Posted by Shortsqueeze | Report as abusive