Global Conference 2011

Global Conference 2011

The Future of Wall Street and the Financial Industry

Tuesday, May 3, 2011 / 9:30 am - 10:45 am


It's a world full of heightened risk, market and regulatory pressures. How will Wall Street respond? Financial firms are trying to absorb the implications of new oversight and capital requirements at home, while managing increasingly complex investment risks abroad, from Europe's debt crisis to instability in the Middle East. Has Wall Street finally gotten a better handle on risk management? How will things play out as regulators fill in the many blanks left by Dodd-Frank? And how are firms evolving and changing their strategies to meet the current challenges? This panel will forecast what's in store for the industry and identify the trends that will drive investment decisions in the months ahead.

Moderator

Antonio Quintella

Regional CEO Americas, Credit Suisse

Speakers

Chris Brummer

Senior Fellow, Milken Institute; Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Andy Dillon

Treasurer, State of Michigan

Joshua Friedman

Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Canyon Partners LLC

Duncan Niederauer

CEO, NYSE Euronext


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