Ring-Fencing the Global Banking System: The Shift Towards Financial Regulatory Protectionism

In collaboration with Harvard Law School, PIFS hosted its first symposia focused on recent regulatory efforts to “ring-fence” the global banking system.


Attendee List

Roundtable Session Topics

  • Implications for banks as going concerns
  • Implications for bank resolution and crisis response
  • Implications for banks’ cross-border activity and economic growth
  • Implications for policymaking and international cooperation

Participants Included:

  • Randal K. Quarles, Vice Chair for Supervision, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
  • Mark Van Der Weide, Federal Reserve
  • William Coen, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
  • Daniel Tarullo, Harvard
  • Sally Davies, Federal Reserve Board