• A New International Finance Tribunal - Proposal to the World Legal Forum, the Hague, Holland

  • By: Gaytri Kachroo
  • Narrated by: Gaytri Kachroo
  • Length: 36 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 05-03-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • 3 out of 5 stars 3.0 (1 rating)

Summary

In her speech to the Hague - World Legal Forum on December 8, 2009, Dr. Gaytri Kachroo, attorney for Harry Markopolos and Patricia Cohen, speaks out on behalf of Madoff investors and attorneys worldwide as Vice-Chair of the Global Alliance on the Madoff case, for an International Finance Court to adjudicate transnational financial fraud and other financial claims.
Dr. Kachroo, who holds a doctoral degree from the Harvard Law School, argues that the causes and solutions to financial fraud devolve from cycles of laissez-faire and integration as global finance increases in complexity. Her proposal, if adopted, would enable fully transparent enforcement and protection of private claims transcending national borders for the first time in history.
©2009 Gaytri D. Kachroo (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Paul on 18-04-10

Exceptional

I was really impressed by what Dr. Kachroo had to say. It was an innovative speech complete with exactly the kind of out of the box thinking that we need in this transitional era of international financial regulation.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kirin on 18-04-10

the type of thinking that we need

This is a well-thought out proposal for a tribunal to settle international financial disputes. This is critical to solve the jurisdictional issues that the system currently faces. Policymakers would greatly benefit from listening to and internalizing the lessons of the lecture.

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