NEW YORK—The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host a conference on the effects of post-crisis banking reforms on Friday, June 22.
The conference will feature discussion of the impacts of regulatory reform on banks' profitability and risk-taking, as well as on some forms of market liquidity, as highlighted in a series of studies conducted by New York Fed economists and discussed by invited panelists. Beverly Hirtle, executive vice president and director of Research, will be giving opening remarks, and Daniel K. Tarullo, Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and former member of the Board of Governors, will be the conference keynote speaker.
For the full agenda, see the events page at the New York Fed's press center.
This event is open to the media. Chatham House Rule will be in effect for all but those remarks that are made public as explicitly noted during the event; media may report on comments made during the event, but may not attribute remarks to individuals or organization. To RSVP for the event or for more information, please contact Andrea Priest at firstname.lastname@example.org.