Is the too big to fail problem still with us? Has the implementation of key Dodd-Frank provisions lessened the probability banks will fail? Are new bank capital requirements ideally suited to promote financial safety? Will Dodd-Frank’s systemic resolution authority fix too big to fail? Join us as leading experts address these and other important questions.
For additional information, read the paper The Financial Stability Oversight Council: Helping to Enshrine "Too Big to Fail"
More About the Speakers
Charles W. Calomiris, Ph.D.
Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions, Columbia University Graduate School of Business,
and Professor, Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs
Mark J. Flannery, Ph.D.
BankAmerica Eminent Scholar in Finance, University of Florida
Paul H. Kupiec, Ph.D.
Resident Scholar, Banking and Financial Market Regulation, American Enterprise Institute
Norbert J. Michel, Ph.D.
Research Fellow in Financial Regulations