In the past two years the Federal Reserve and other banking regulators have advanced numerous changes to the regulation and supervision of large banks. The number of changes, and the fact that they are often technical and complex, can obscure their total impact. But the cumulative effect will be to significantly weaken Wall Street regulations put in place after the financial crisis.
Join us for an analysis and discussion of these important developments in the regulation and supervision of large banks, and their effects on financial stability and economic security.
FEATURINGIntroductory speech by Senator Sherrod Brown
Keynote speech by Former Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo, lead Governor for supervision and regulatory policy under President Obama
A panel of experts including Tim Clark, former senior Federal Reserve Board staffer in charge of large bank supervision and stress testing; Heidi Mandanis Schooner, Professor of Banking Law at Catholic University; and Mayra Rodriguez Valladares of MRV Associates, a bank regulatory and supervision consultant.