Behavioural Economics: The power of predictable irrationality – 6th May 2014
Behavioural economics looks set to become an intrinsic part of the Financial Conduct Authority’s approach to regulation. This seminar outlines presentations from Nottingham University Business School and Eversheds LLP to explore:
• What behavioural economics can tell us about consumer decision making in financial markets;
• The scope that the FCA envisage behavioural economics will have in improving the regulation of financial conduct; and
• The implications for your business.