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2009 Symposium slideshow
The eighth annual Europe-U.S. Symposium was held in Armonk, New York March 18-20, 2010. In the background, the world economy was showing signs of improvement, and Symposium participants expressed a mood of cautious optimism for continued recovery in the wake of the financial crisis. At this same time, Brussels and Washington each had reform efforts underway, and participants assessed the potential outcomes and effects of the legislation being considered on both sides of the Atlantic, while also expressing a hope for closer European-American coordination. Against this backdrop, participants ...more...
• Managing Risk Post-Financial Crisis
• Implications of Capital Markets Reforms on Both Sides of the Atlantic
• Crisis Resolution Procedures: Are We Ready for the Next Crisis?
• Lew Kaden, Vice Chairman, Citi
• Malcom Knight, Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank: The New Framework for Global Regulatory Reform: Will It Make the
International Financial System More Stable?
• Martin Merlin, Head of Unit G1, Financial Services Policy, Directorate General for the Internal Market and Services,
• Daniel Tarullo, Governor, U.S. Federal Reserve Board: Toward an Effective Resolution Regime for Large Financial
• Final Plenary Presentation
• Final Report
• Participant Concept Papers
• Participant Presentations
• To request a list of participants, please contact Dan McCardell, Deputy Director, PIFS.
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