Interview: Walter Shipley

Walter Shipley, recently retired chairman of Chase Manhattan/J.P Morgan, has justchaired a working group on public disclosure aimed at investigating howdisclosure by large US banks and securities firms could be improved. He spoketo Central Banking's executive editor Neil Courtis.

You have just finished chairing a workinggroup on public disclosure which the Fed,OCC and SEC proposed in order to getprivate sector input on how disclosure bybig banks and securities firms could beimproved. One concern

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