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The fourth annual Europe-U.S. Symposium was held at Citigroup’s Executive Planning Center in New York, during a period that marks the end of one chapter in EU-U.S. financial services relations and the beginning of another. Sharp differences in regulatory policy, often amounting to direct conflicts between policymakers and industry representatives, had characterized the early 2000s. The establishment of the informal EU-U.S. Financial Services Regulatory Dialogue (“the Dialogue”) provided a mechanism for constructive relations. The Dialogue allowed all interested parties to express their views around a table, debate policy approaches, understand the other side’s motivations, and ultimately agree on practical solutions that smoothed out regulatory differences without rejecting each party’s valid concerns. Under the Dialogue’s aegis, negotiations in a number of important issues, ranging from the ...more...
• Regulatory Convergence in Transatlantic Capital Markets
• Current Issues Affecting the Regulation and Operation of the Asset Management Industry in the EU and the U.S.
• Supervision of Cross-Border Activity of Banks and Insurance Companies
• Roel Campos, Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
• Andrew Crockett, President, JPMorgan Chase International
• Jonathan Evans, Member of the European Parliament
• David Wright, Director for Financial Services Policy and Financial Markets, European Commission
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