2008 Financial Crisis and Regulatory Changes
Former Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, and Securities and Exchange Commission officials talked about changes made to the… read more
Former Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, and Securities and Exchange Commission officials talked about changes made to the nation’s financial system after the 2008 crisis. Former Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT), one of the primary authors of the Dodd-Frank 2010 financial regulations law was also one of the panelists.
“Reforming the System” was part of “Five Years Later: A Financial Crisis Symposium” held at Venue SIX10 at the Spertus Institute, by the University of Chicago’s The Institute of Politics and the Paulson Institute. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Christopher "Chris" J. Dodd U.S. Senator (Former) [D] Connecticut
- Randall S. Kroszner Member (Former) Federal Reserve->Board of Governors
- David Nason Senior Vice President GE Capital Mortgage Insurance Corp.
- Joseph Nocera Correspondent New York Times
- Mary L. Schapiro Chair (Former) Securities and Exchange Commission
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