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Eddy Wymeersch, former Chairman of CESR
Monday 20 Dec 2010 | Nicola York
With a major influence on revisions to Ucits and Mifid EU directives and policy on CDO trading and ratings agencies, the former chairman of the Committee of European Securities Regulators comes 41st in the GFS Power 50.
Olli Rehn, EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs
Thursday 16 Dec 2010 | Nicola York
Instrumental in the bailout of Greece and Ireland and in pushing for changes to the Stability and Growth Pact, Rehn comes 42nd in the GFS Power 50.
Dong-soo Chin, South Korea's top regulator
Thursday 16 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
Having helped host the G20 summit with distinction in November, the chairman of the South Korea Financial Services Commission comes 43rd in the GFS Power 50.
Christian Noyer, Governor of Banque de France
Wednesday 15 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
A strong supporter of higher bank capital requirements, Noyer is chairman of the Board of Directors at the Bank of International Settlements and comes 44th in the GFS Power 50.
David Tweedie, Chairman of IASB
Wednesday 15 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
With a reputation as a firebrand in international finance, Sir David Tweedie is, by most measures, the most powerful accountant on the planet and comes 45th in the GFS Power 50.
Spencer Bachus, US Senator
Spencer Bachus (left) and Barney Frank Tuesday 14 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
A hard-bitten opponent of the Democrats, Spencer Bachus 'III' proved effective in 2010 at stymieing elements of the Dodd-Frank Bill and comes 46th in the GFS Power 50.
Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Singapore Finance Minister
Tharman Shanmugaratnam (right) with US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner Tuesday 14 Dec 2010 | Will Henley
Ex-regulator Tharman Shanmugaratnam is an influential member of the G30 clique of senior world bankers and comes 47th in the GFS Power 50.
Adair Turner, Chairman of UK FSA
Tuesday 14 Dec 2010 | Nicola York
Having previously branded banks "socially useless", UK Financial Services Authority chairman Lord Turner has garnered a reputation as a straight-talker and comes 48th in the GFS Power 50.
Bob Herz, former Chairman of FASB
Tuesday 14 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
The ex-chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board had the undesirable job of leading accountancy changes following the financial crisis and comes 49th in the GFS Power 50.
Jeffrey Owens, Tax Director of OECD
Tuesday 14 Dec 2010 | Andrew Hickley
The former university professor transferred his lecturing skills from the classroom to the OECD to ensure seismic changes in international tax cooperation and comes 50th in the GFS Power 50.
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