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An Agenda for Europe and the United States

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April 3-5, 2008 • Armonk, New York

The sixth annual Europe-U.S. Symposium was held at the Weill Center in Armonk, New York as the subprime crisis continued to unfold. Discussions at the Symposium occurred in the context of continuing concern about the U.S. and global economies, as well as uncertainty about the ultimate effects of the ongoing subprime crisis. Two sessions addressed global financial stability, one from the perspective of the impact and control of the liquidity and credit crises and one from the perspective of new regulatory approaches and principles. The third session considered new principles for regulation of international financial transactions, including selective recognition and the EU model. 

Topics
•  Global Financial Stability: New Regulatory Approaches and Principles
•  New Principles for Regulation of International Financial Transactions (Selective Recognition, EU Model)
•  Global Financial Stability Revisited: The Impact and Control of the Liquidity and Credit Crises

Keynote Speakers
•  Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank
•  Kathleen L. Casey, Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
•  Pierre Delsaux, Director, European Commission
•  Michael Klein, Chairman, Citi Institutional Clients Group and Vice Chairman, Citibank International plc

Symposium Materials
Agenda
Final Report
Final Presentation

2008 Europe-U.S. Symposium Sponsors

Lead Sponsor
• Citi

Sponsors
• Barclays Global Investors
• City of London
• Clifford Chance
• Deutsche Bank AG
• Deutsche Borse AG
• International Swaps and Derivatives Association
• Merrill Lynch
• Morgan Stanley
• Oliver Wyman
• Paris Europlace
• SIFMA
• State Street
• UniCredit Group
• White & Case

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