Time: 1:00 - 1:00am Venue: Reed Smith, Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2RS
This event is generously sponsored by Reed Smith.
The recent financial crisis precipitated a wave of legal and regulatory reform in the field of financial markets domestically, regionally and internationally. A new institutional architecture is now in place, but a number of crucial details have been left to be sorted out later. This gap-filling exercise is proving to be a challenging intellectual project. Although we now arguably have a better grasp of how the financial system works, we are still nowhere near making safe projections about the behaviour of the financial system and about the nature of threats that we are likely to encounter in the future. This points to an inherent limitation of how far we can go when regulating financial markets, but it also raises the question whether we are trying to do the impossible, namely to govern a domain of economic interaction that cannot be governed. This is the key question that the the roundtable will attempt to address reflecting on the UK/EU and the US experience.
The roundtable aims:
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