Pew Financial Reform Project and NYU Stern School of Business Host Event on Dodd Frank: One Year On

Pew Financial Reform Project and NYU Stern School of Business Host Event on Dodd Frank: One Year On

On June 27th, 2011, the Pew Financial Reform Project and New York University Stern School of Business hosted distinguished speakers from academia, the regulatory community and the private sector to discuss the progress in implementing financial reform since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act become law last year.

Speakers included Thomas Hoenig, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; Pat Parkinson, Director, Supervision, Regulation and Credit, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; and Professors Viral V. Acharya, Thomas F. Cooley and Matthew P. Richardson from NYU Stern.

Please see below for resources from the event:

The NYU Stern School of Business, together with the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), have published an e-book of the proceedings of the June 27th conference. The e-book is published by VoxEU. Dodd-Frank: One Year On...

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