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December 11, 2013, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Knight Studio at the Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
Hosted by Harvard Law School and sponsored by Metlife, Inc. and the American Council of Life Insurers
"Should life insurance companies be designated as Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs) and if so, how should they be regulated?"
Small group of leading experts, from the public and private sectors, will engage in a moderated panel discussion for 1.5 hours, with audience Q&A during the final 20 minutes.
Hal S. Scott, Nomura Professor and Director, Program on International Financial Systems, Harvard Law School
• Hara Amdemariam - Managing Director, Lazard
• Douglas Elliott - Fellow, The Brookings Institution
• Michael Gibson - Director, Bank Supervision, Federal Reserve Board
• Scott Harrington - Professor, Wharton School of Business
• Thomas Holzheu - Senior Economist, Swiss Re America
• Olav Jones - Deputy Director General, Insurance Europe
• Til Schuermann - Partner, Oliver Wyman
• Susan Voss - Former President, National Association of Insurance Commissioners
PIFS is available to organize special events and tailored programming for interested parties on international finance, capital markets, and regulatory issues. The events, which PIFS has organized for major corporations, nonprofits, and trade associations, are designed to meet individual needs and to educate a range of audiences, including clients, employees, senior management, and board members. For more information on how PIFS can create a special program for your organization, please contact James Apostol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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