McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20057
Recent events continue to raise a number of questions about the quality of financial markets. This timely conference will bring together policymakers, market participants, and scholars to discuss critical issues related to financial market quality and propose solutions for the future.
The conference will feature panel discussions on the following topics:
• Disruptive Innovation in Market Structure• What is the Empirical Evidence on Market Quality?• Market Stability in the Digital Age
Adena Friedman, President, NasdaqCommissioner Michael Piwowar, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Gregg Berman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2009-2015)Andy Brooks, T. Rowe PriceDaniel Ciment, JP MorganChris Concannon, BATS Global MarketsR. Cromwell Coulson, OTC Markets Group Inc.Stacey Cunningham, NYSERobert Gasser, ITG (2006-2015)Larry Harris, University of Southern California Frank Hatheway, NasdaqCharles Jones, Columbia UniversityCynthia Meyn, PimcoSapna Patel, Morgan Stanley Kashif Riaz, BlackRockErik Sirri, Babson CollegeSayee Srinivasan, CFTCKrista Schwarz, University of Pennsylvania
For questions, contact:
Jessica Dybfest, Assistant Directorcfmp@georgetown.edu202-687-3796http://finpolicy.georgetown.edu/@GUFinPolicy
About the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy
Offering innovative and influential thought leadership, the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy fosters discussion on critical policy and regulatory issues related to global financial markets. The center hosts dialogues, conferences, and events involving leading scholars, practitioners, and policymakers; provides a non-partisan forum for informed discussion; sponsors relevant and impactful research on key global market issues; and engages students interested in finance.
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McDonough School of Business
Rafik B. Hariri Building
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057