Location: 14 Vesey Street, 2nd Floor Auditorium
Course ID: C091510
Number of Sessions: 1
Credits: 3 MCLE Credits
3 MCLE Credits (NY and NJ*): 2 PP; 1 Ethics; Transitional and Non-Transitional
Prominent past and current regulators, bankers, attorneys, journalists and agency rating representatives will delve into the details surrounding the financial crisis, how and why the industry is changing and how ethical implications will impact the financial industry in the future.
Three panels of experts will focus on the causes and consequences of the financial crisis, including:
- What We Need to Know About Enforcement, Regulation, Accounting and Risk Management in the “Post-Crisis” Era
- A Crisis of Ethics? What the Crisis Can Teach Lawyers About Ethical Conduct in the Financial Markets
- A Crisis of Our Own Design: What We Can Learn From the Build Up to and Culmination of the Crisis in September 2008
NYCLA Futures & Derivatives Committee
The George Washington University Law School Center for Law, Economics and Finance
Special Invitation for Program Attendees:
Join us for a networking reception before the program. Enjoy refreshments, mingle with fellow attendees and the faculty and view a demonstration of the latest version of Bloomberg Law®
Mark Adelson, Chief Credit Officer, Standard & Poors; Jonathan Ching, D.E. Shaw & Co. L.P., Vice Presidet; Francine McKenna, author of http://retheauditors.com; Susan Merrill, Bingham McCutchen; Lawrence Mitchell, Professor, George Washington University School of Law; Floyd Norris, Chief Financial Correspondent, New York Times; Michael Sackheim, Sidley Austin; Anton Valukas, Lehman Bankruptcy Examiner; Chairman, Jenner & Block
Moderators: Stuart Kirk, Deputy Lex Column Editor, Financial Times; Hon. Elizabeth S. Stong, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge, EDNY; Barry Temkin, Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass
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*In addition to being accredited in the State of New York, this program has been approved by the Board of Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 1 qualify as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and 0 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law and/or matrimonial law.
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