London Summit 2018

Stability vs. Growth: Unintended Consequences of Post-Crisis Financial Regulations

London Summit 2018

Stability vs. Growth: Unintended Consequences of Post-Crisis Financial Regulations

The 2008 global financial crisis destroyed more than $10 trillion in global wealth. In response, global regulators put in place a number of reforms to enhance the stability of the global financial system. Undoubtedly the banking system is more resilient. But with added additional compliance comes increased costs and other unintended or undesirable consequences. This session will examine how regulations that enhance stability may involve a growth trade off, and how policymakers can create balanced solutions.

Speakers

Moderator

Kadhim Shubber

U.S. Legal and Enforcement Correspondent, Financial Times

 

Speakers

Jiří Król

Deputy CEO, Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)

 

Brent McIntosh

General Counsel, U.S. Department of the Treasury

 

Scott O'Malia

CEO, International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.

 

Michael Piwowar

Executive Director, Center for Financial Markets, Milken Institute; former Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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