Held Friday, December 9, 2011
WHAT: Capital Markets 101: The Future of Banks and Regulation
WHEN: 11:30am-1:00pm, Friday, December 9, 2011
WHERE: Capitol Visitor Center, Room SVC-201
DETAILS: Can’t make it to Wharton, Harvard, Haas or Kellogg for a quick primer on the basics of global finance and capital markets? Third Way is bringing them to you. We’ve launched Capitol Hill’s first pop-up business school featuring the most knowledgeable and interesting experts on financial markets.
Following our first successful discussion with Mark Zandi, on December 9th CMI hosted Sheila Bair, former FDIC Chair, on “The Future of Banks and Regulation.” Ms. Bair is described by the New York Times Magazine as “a voice of common sense, trying to protect the taxpayer, the bank depositor and the homeowner.” This policy session focused on the role of banks in our interconnected global economy.