Global Banking Reform has confounded world leaders since the fall of Lehman Brothers over two years ago. As the mighty bank crashed to earth from excessive leverage and reckless risk, the effects rippled through the global economy. The World Food Bank claims that 139,000 million more people will go hungry due to the crisis. In the U.S., long-term unemployment continues as families lose jobs, incomes and homes at a remarkable pace. Two years later, officials at the G20 conference in Seoul, South Korea establish new regulations. But is this enough to prevent another economic meltdown? Good-B Blogger Monika Mitchell examines the heated debate over global financial reform.