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In August 2014, Salzburg Global Seminar hosted the fourth session of the Salzburg Global Forum on Finance in a Changing World tackling the topic The Future of Banking: Is There a Sustainable Business Model for Banks?

Bloomberg TV's Jonathan Ferro interviewed Salzburg Global Fellows Wim Mijs, incoming head of the European Banking Federation, Deutsche Bundesbank's Andreas Dombret,HSBC Chair Douglas Flint and former Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker live from the terrace of Schloss Leopoldskron.

European Banks Call for Legal Certainty on Fines

Incoming European Banking Federation Head Wim Mijs talks about achieving "legal certainty" over the size of fines handed down to lenders for breaking rules. He speaks from Salzburg, Austria, with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." Mijs is current director of the Dutch Banking Association and will head the Brussels-based EBF from next month. (Source: Bloomberg)

HSBC Quadrupled Compliance Department in Four Years

HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Douglas Flint talks about the increase in compliance costs at the bank over the last four years. He speaks from Salzburg, Austria, with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)

Dombret Says “Reform Fatigue” One of Biggest Risks

Bundesbank board member Andreas Dombret talks about European Central Bank stress tests and risks to financial stability in the euro area. He spoke yesterday in Salzburg, Austria, with Jonathan Ferro on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)

Ex-Bank of England’s Tucker: Bank Rules, ECB, BOE and Mortgages

Former Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker talks about lessons learned from the collapse of Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo, European Union banking regulation and European Central Bank policy on banks and asset-backed securities. Tucker, speaking with Bloomberg's Boris Groendahl in Salzburg, also discusses the future of London as a financial center and the impact of Bank of England policy on the UK mortgage market. (Source: Bloomberg)