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Pardo Heeren S. Clark Beise M.W. Holtrop Federico Pinedo B.M. Birla Shigeo Horie Abdul Qadir Rudolf Brinckmann Clarence E. Hunter Sven Raab Lord Cobbold H.V.R. Iengar David Rockefeller Miguel Cuaderno Kaoru Inouye Lord Salter R.v. Fieandt Albert E. Janssen Pierre-Paul Schweitzer Maurice Frère Raffaele Mattioli Samuel Schweizer E.C. Fussell J.J. McElligott Allan Sproul Aly Gritly Johan Melander Wilhelm Teufenstein Eugenio Gudin Donato Menichella Graham Towers

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Pardo Heeren S. Clark Beise M.W. Holtrop Federico Pinedo B.M. Birla Shigeo Horie Abdul Qadir Rudolf Brinckmann Clarence E. Hunter Sven Raab Lord Cobbold H.V.R. Iengar David Rockefeller Miguel Cuaderno Kaoru Inouye Lord Salter R.v. Fieandt Albert E. Janssen Pierre-Paul Schweitzer Maurice Frère Raffaele Mattioli Samuel Schweizer E.C. Fussell J.J. McElligott Allan Sproul Aly Gritly Johan Melander Wilhelm Teufenstein Eugenio Gudin Donato Menichella Graham Towers

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Abstract

The future of finance, and in particular saving it from a popular backlash against the global financial crisis and related crisis management policies, has become a matter of great concern. In this brochure, which presents in written form a lecture from the Per Jacobsson Foundation’s lecture series, former Reserve Bank of India Governor Y. V. Reddy explores three interrelated issues of particular concern to central bankers in the search for good finance for the future: how to ensure that the financial sector serves the society better, how to integrate financial sector policies better with national economic policies, and how to ensure that the financial industry functions as a means and not as an end in itself. The question-and-answer session following the lecture is also included in the brochure.

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Abstract

Dr. Yaga Venugopal Reddy was Governor, Reserve Bank of India, from 2003 to 2008. Subsequently, he was a member of the UN Commission of Experts to the President of the UN General Assembly on Reforms of the International Monetary and Financial System. Dr. Reddy was also a member of an informal international group of prominent persons on international monetary reforms (Palais Royal Initiative). He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Hyderabad and Distinguished Professor at the Indian Institute for Technology (IIT) Madras, as well as an honorary fellow of the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is on the Advisory Board of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).

Y. V. Reddy

Abstract

I am grateful to the Per Jacobsson Foundation, in particular Chairman Ortiz, for conferring on me the honor of delivering the Per Jacobsson Foundation Lecture for 2012. I did not have the good fortune to meet Per Jacobsson, so my familiarity with him is primarily through the references made to him in the second volume of the history of the Reserve Bank of India. He came across as a forceful personality, who had an excellent grasp of India’s economic policies and problems.1 He was obviously a forthright person with impressive foresight. I am wondering what Per Jacobsson would say if he were to comment on recent developments in the financial sector.

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

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JAIME CARUANA: Welcome all of you to the BIS on the occasion of the Per Jacobsson Lecture. And it is a particular pleasure to welcome Dr. Reddy back to Basel, where he has so many friends. As you know, Dr. Reddy has a long record dedicated to public service. As a senior official in the Ministry of Finance he took a leading part in the liberalization of the Indian economy that began in the early 1990s. And in later years as Governor of the Reserve Bank, he did much to ensure that the Indian banks avoided these precrisis excesses. And therefore, he knows very well from personal experience how difficult it is to constrain this process, and he showed really great fortitude during this difficult period and under heavy pressure. So after the excellent Per Jacobsson Lecture last year with Andrew Crockett, I think this year we have also an excellent panelist, an excellent presenter.

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Abstract

The Per Jacobsson Lectures are available on the Internet at www.perjacobsson.org, which also contains further information on the Foundation. Copies of the Per Jacobsson Lectures may be acquired without charge from the Secretary. Unless otherwise indicated, the lectures were delivered in Washington, D.C.

International Monetary Fund. Secretary's Department

Governor Carlos J. Canessa Alternate Governor Manuel Melendez Valle Advisers Alfonso Alvarez Rolando Duarte Eusebio Martell Jorge Sol Ethiopia Alternate Governor Stanislaw Kirkor Finland Governor R. v. Fieandt Alternate Governor Reino Rossi France Alternate Governor Wilfrid Baumgartner Temporary Alternate Governor Pierre-Paul Schweitzer Advisers A

International Monetary Fund

Raab Lord Cobbold H.V.R. lengar David Rockefeller Miguel Cuaderno Kaoru Inouye Lord Salter R.v. Fieandt Albert E. Janssen Pierre-Paul Schweitzer Maurice Frère Raffaele Mattioli Samuel Schweizer E.C. Fussell JJ. McElligott Allan Sproul Aly Gritly Johan Melander Wilhelm Teufenstein Eugenio Gudin Donato Menichella Graham Towers Gottfried Haberler Emmanuel Monick Joseph H. Willits Board of Directors Sir Andrew D. Crockett — Chairman of the Board