Global Conference 2017

Financial regulations developed since the 2008 crisis have been geared toward preventing another meltdown, but some financial institutions have found them burdensome. However, the U.S. post-election reform agenda has stirred concerns about increasing systemic risks. This private session will focus on the current debate in the financial regulatory sphere, including the following issues:

  • Evaluating the efficacy of the current regulatory environment in preventing another market collapse
  • Gauging the impact of current supervisory and regulatory practices on the banking system's ability to fund credit demand from the business sector
  • Assessing prospective banking and capital market reforms that may enhance financial stability while ensuring the availability of credit to spur growth and create jobs


Claude Lopez

Director, Research, Milken Institute

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