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Ten Years After the Dodd-Frank Act: Looking Back and Looking Forward — A Virtual Symposium Series, Part 1: Past is Prologue, Wednesday October 28 at noon

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  • Ten Years After the Dodd-Frank Act: Looking Back and Looking Forward — A Virtual Symposium Series, Part 1: Past is Prologue, Wednesday October 28 at noon
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Ten Years After the Dodd-Frank Act: Looking Back and Looking Forward — A Virtual Symposium Series, Part 1: Past is Prologue, Wednesday October 28 at noon

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The Webinar will include an historic overview of the financial crisis, the legislation and its designed impact on financial stability, capital markets, consumer protection, and the Fed’s ability to respond to the next crisis.

SPEAKERS

Jarryd Anderson, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo & Co.

Thomas C. Baxter, Jr. [Of Counsel, Sullivan & Cromwell, and former General Counsel and Executive Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York]

James P. Bergin [Deputy General Counsel and Senior VP of the Legal Group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and former chief of staff to New York Fed President William C. Dudley]

Professor William Bratton, University of Pennsylvania School of Law

Professor Kathryn Judge, Columbia Law School

Charles Yi [Partner, Arnold & Porter, and former General Counsel of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation]