The Shape of Things to Come: The Financial Regulatory Landscape in the Post Dodd-Frank Era

Friday, January 14

The program will be held in the Jack Morton Auditorium of the School of Media and Public Affairs, and the GW Law School.

Presented by:
The Center for Law, Economics, and Finance (C-LEAF) at The George Washington University Law School

The Institute of Law and Economic Policy (ILEP)

The Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis at The George Washington University School of Business (CREUA)

Vital Venture Networks

Sponsored by:

Ernst & Young

CME Group

The Angel Capital Association


8:15-8:50 am
Continental Breakfast

8:50 am
Opening Remarks

Lawrence E. Mitchell, Executive Director, C-LEAF, Theodore Rinehart Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School
Edward Labaton, President, ILEP, Senior Partner, Labaton Sucharow LLP
Robert Van Order, Director, CREUA, Professor of Business, The George Washington University School of Business

9 am
Keynote Address

The Honorable Gary Gensler
, Chairman, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission

9:45 am

10 am
Panel 1, "The Shape of Things to Come: Deciphering the Dodd-Frank Financial Regulatory Reform Act"

Don Vangel, Partner, Ernst & Young (Moderator)
Annamarie Lusardi
, Professor of Accountancy and Economics, The George Washington University
Anna Gelpern, Associate Professor of Law, American University
Lynn Turner, Director, Center for Quality Financial Reporting, Colorado State University (former Chief Accountant, SEC)
Jeffrey Manns, Associate Professor of Law, The George Washington University
Stephen Labaton, Advisor, Goldman Sachs (former reporter, The New York Times)

11:15 am
Panel 2, "Beginning a New Policy and Regulatory Era at the Fed: The Central Bank's Role in Reshaping U.S. Banking and the Economic Order"

Introduction: Michael Whitehouse, Vital Venture Networks

Robert Glauber, Harvard Kennedy School (former CEO and Chairman, NASD) (Moderator)
David Wessel
, Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal
Don Kohn, Brookings (former Vice Chairman, Federal Reserve Board)
Sebastian Mallaby, Director, Center for Geoeconomic Studies, Council on Foreign Relations
Gary Gorton, Professor of Finance, Yale University

12:45 pm


2 pm
Manuel F. Cohen Memorial Lecture

Senator Christopher J. Dodd
, State of Connecticut

3:15 pm
Panel 3, "Financial Innovation: Derivatives and Exchange Trading, Central Clearing & Settlement"

Marti Tirinnanzi, Co-Chair, FHFA Working Group on Clearing & Derivatives (Moderator)
Kim Taylor, President, CME Clearing, CME Group
Fred Dunbar, SEC, Economic Fellow
Michael Greenberger, Professor, University of Maryland School of Law (former Director, Division of Trading and Markets, CFTC)
Robert P. Burke, Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Futures and Derivative Clearing, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Markets

4:30 pm

4:45 pm
Panel 4, "Regrouping From the Economic Meltdown: New Roles for Government Financial Institutions - CFTC, SEC & FDIC"

Joseph Bartlett, Chair, Advisory Council, The Angel Capital Association, Of Counsel, Sullivan & Worcester (Moderator)
Cynthia Glassman, Director, Discover Financial Services (former SEC Commissioner)
Steve Toll, Partner, Cohen Milstein, Co-Chair  Securities Fraud, Investor Protection Practice
James D. Cox, Professor of Law, Duke University
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School
James Embersit, former Deputy Associate Director, Banking Supervision and Regulation, The Federal Reserve


The George Washington University Law School:
2000 H Street NW, Washington, DC  20052

The Jack Morton Auditorium - Media and Public Affairs Building:
805 21st Street NW, Washington, DC  20052

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