Ring-Fencing the Global Banking System:

The Shift Towards Financial Regulatory Protectionism

May 16, 2018
Harvard Law School
Wasserstein Hall, 1585 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

 

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

Topics included:
  • 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
Some of the attendees for this event 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
2018 Ring-Fencing the Global Banking System
2018 Ring-Fencing the Global Banking System Participant List