As the one year anniversary of the historic Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation approached, policymakers, the financial industry, and the public debated, and continue to debate, how best to implement and enforce a new financial regulatory regime.
Reforming Our Nation's Financial System provided an opportunity for a deep conversation over the future of financial markets, the implications of new regulation, and the long-term importance of the Dodd-Frank reforms in maintaining a robust US economy.
A policy panel featuring:
Michael Barr, Former Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions, US Treasury
Alex Pollock, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Damon Silvers, Associate General Counsel, AFL-CIO
Moderated by David Wessel, Economics Editor, Wall Street Journal