Brookings Event Jan 17, 2023: When Financial Institutions Become “Too Big to Manage’ (or Fail)

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Too big to fail - Brookings Event Jan 17, 2023:  When Financial Institutions Become “Too Big to Manage' (or Fail)

On January 17, 2023 Brooking's event will feature remarks from Acting Comptroller of the Currency Michael Hsu on regulating management of large financial institutions.

Following the keynote, a panel of experts featuring Doug Elliot, partner at Oliver Wyman; Susan Ochs, senior fellow at the New America Foundation and founder of the Better Banking Program at the Aspen Institute; and Ron Feldman, vice president and chief operating officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis will engage more deeply in these topics.

Event Overview

Tuesday, January 17, 2023, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. EST

  • When financial institutions become “too big to fail,” insolvent or illiquid organizations are allowed to continue operations at the expense of individuals.

Much law, policy, scholarship, and regulation has addressed this issue, but what if the institutional problems are a function of organization and management, not capital and illiquidity?

See:  Top Economist says Headed for a ‘Profound Economic and Financial Shift’

What is the role of financial regulators in overseeing the management and operations of the organizations they regulate?

How can our financial system remain resilient while allowing private financial institutions latitude to make managerial and organizational decisions that carry risk, reward, and are necessary to sustain the flow of financial opportunity our society requires? 

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