The University of Michigan Center on Finance, Law & Policy regularly hosts conferences, which convene researchers, current and former regulators and policy-makers, and leaders from non-profits and the private sector to share ideas about some of the most challenging issues at the intersection of law, finance, and policy.
Since the Center was founded, we have hosted:
CBOTF 2019 Panel 1: Central Bank Approaches to Financial Inclusion (Day 2) | Greta Bull, Lobna Helal, Sofie Maddens, Ajay Shah, Michael Wiegand Oct 3, 2019
A Decade of Dodd-Frank Panel 4: How has Dodd-Frank Shaped the response to the current financial crisis? with Victoria Guida, Austan Goolsbee, Aaron Klein, Margaret Tahyar, and Charles Yi Jul 2, 2020
CBOTF 2019 Panel 2: Innovations & Central Banking (Day 2) | Chris Calabia, Aishah Ahmad, Leonardo Gambacorta Oct 3, 2019
A Decade of Dodd-Frank: Keynote with Christopher Dodd and Barney Frank Jul 2, 2020
CBOTF 2020 Panel 4: Could Central Bank Digital Currencies Transform the Economy? (Day 2) with Christopher Brummer, Lisa Cook, J. Christopher Brummer, Lisa Cook, J. Christopher Giancarlo, Bejoy Das Gupta, and Morgan Ricks Nov 18, 2020
A Decade of Dodd-Frank Panel 5: What had Dodd-Frank meant globally? with Ylan Mui, Gary Gensler, Donald Kohn, Hester Peirce, and Nathan Sheets Jul 2, 2020