Global Finance: Too Big To Regulate? (Ended)
Presented By: The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and CFA Society Chicago
Michael Moskow, former President and CEO of the Chicago Federal Reserve, leads a panel on financial regulation featuring:
Phupinder Gill, CEO CME Group;
Simon Johnson; Professor of Entrepreneurship, MIT;
Tom Braithwaite, US Banking Editor, Financial Times; and
William L. Rutledge, Managing Director, Promontory Financial Group.
Date, Time, and Location:
Thurs., May 9, 2013
5:30 - 7:15 pm
Fairmont Chicago, 200 North Columbus Drive, Chicago, IL 60601
From Dodd-Frank to Basel III and beyond, financial regulators are struggling to keep pace with the rapid evolution and increasing complexity of global finance. To combat the systemic risks that revealed themselves during the financial crisis, regulators have implemented new rules covering everything from bank capital requirements to derivative and commodity markets. While some argue that regulators have not gone far enough, others argue that new regulations are unfairly prohibitive or even anti-competitive. Against this backdrop, what is working and what needs to change in global financial regulation? How do we mitigate excessive risk taking and prevent another crisis while simultaneously keeping America's financial institutions competitive in the global economy?
CFA Chicago Members: $10
Attire: Business Casual
Registration: Online with Chicago Council - CFA Chicago members use promotional code FINANCE at check out.
5:30 pm - Registration and cash bar reception
6:00 pm - Presentation and discussion
7:15 pm - Adjournment
Tom Braithwaite is the US banking editor of the Financial Times (FT), where he leads the FT's US financial services team. Previously, Braithwaite served as the Washington-based business and politics correspondent where he focused on financial policy and regulatory reform.
Phupinder Gill was appointed CEO of CME Group in May 2012. Prior this appointment, he was President of CME Group.
Simon Johnson is the Ronald A. Kurtz Professor of Entrepreneurship at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a member of the FDIC's Systemic Resolution Advisory Committee, and a member of the private sector Systemic Risk Council. Simon Johnson's latest book, White House Burning: Our National Debt and Why It Matters to You, will be available for purchase and signing after the program.
Michael H. Moskow (moderator) is vice chairman and senior fellow on the global economy at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Previously, he served as president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
William L. Rutledge is managing director of Promontory Financial Group. Prior to joining Promontory, Rutledge was most recently executive vice president for bank supervision at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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