The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host a conference on culture and behavior in the financial services industry on Monday, June 18.
This event will build upon previous conferences on the topic that the New York Fed held in 2014, 2015, and 2016. The program will focus on assessing progress to date, exploring ongoing and new challenges, and preparing the next generation of leaders to continue driving cultural reform. It will feature remarks by SEC Chairman Jay Clayton, retiring New York Fed President William Dudley, and incoming New York Fed President John Williams, among many others.
The full-day conference through closing remarks is open to the press, with all segments on the record.
For the full agenda, see the event page on the New York Fed’s Culture and Governance Reform hub. To RSVP for the event or for more information, please contact Andrea Priest at email@example.com.