Financial regulation is at a crossroads. The prescriptive measures which followed the 2008 financial sector crisis have hardly had time to take effect, yet recent political and economic changes have re-ignited debate about how much regulation is enough, or too much, what shape it should take, how uniform it should be across the globe, how much it should cost and who should pay for it.
Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Time: 1:00PM - 6:30PM
Venue: Steptoe & Johnson LLP
1330 Connecticut Ave NW # 400
Washington, DC 20036
Vladimir Antikarov, Regional Director, PRMIA Washington DC
||Keynote Address: The Changing Balance of Financial Regulation
Jared Sawyer, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Financial Institutions Policy, U.S. Department of the Treasury
||Panel Discussion: Reducing the Regulatory Burden without Sacrificing Effectiveness
Moderator: Roberto Setola, Head of the Office of Risk, FINRA
Jonathan Sokobin, FINRA, Chief Economist
Nigel Jenkinson, Chief of Financial Regulation and Supervision Division, IMF
Susan Krause Bell, Managing Director, Promontory
||Panel Discussion: Is "Too Big to Fail" Too Tough to Tackle?
Moderator: Cynthia Williams, Principal CWFG LLC, Co-Deputy Regional Director, PRMIA New York
Bill Dawson, former EVP & Chief Risk Officer, Wells Fargo Wealth, Brokerage & Retirement
Keith Ligon, Assistant Director, Federal Reserve Board
Tom Stanton, Author and Adjunct Professor, Johns Hopkins University
||Panel Discussion: Regulating Trade Activities: A Moving Target
Moderator: Steve Lindo, Principal, SRL Advisory Services
Fang Du, Adviser, Supervision & Regulation, Federal Reserve Board
Micah Green, Partner Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Paul Shotton, Senior Director, CRISIL Global Research and Analytics
Sanjay Sharma, PRMIA Board Member, Chairman, Greenpoint Global
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