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The goal of the symposium is to facilitate discussion of recent research on consumers' capabilities, knowledge, preferences, and experiences in the market for financial products and services, as well as the effects of public policy interventions and new regulations on consumers, households,...
Topics: - Excess liquidity, asset price bubbles, and financial fragility - Risk measurement for securitization and credit derivative products - The role of incentives and incentive pay - The breakdown in market discipline - The adequacy of supervision and regulation - Issues related to special...
Theme: Know Your Business, Grow Your Business The federal financial institution regulatory agencies will host a national conference for Federally-insured minority depository institutions (MDIs) regarding the challenges they face and developments that are key to ensuring their long-term success...
Featuring: - CRA examination training - Innovations in community development investing - Creative strategies for community development - National Community Development Lending School
Topics: - Market power and anticompetitive behavior, - Comparing and contrasting structural change in the U.S., the European Union and Asia, - Efficient scale, synergies and productive efficiency at financial institutions, - Supply of credit to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), - Market-based...
This conference focuses on emerging practices and innovations in financial services developed by financial institutions and other organizations to reach underserved consumers on the East Coast. This forum gives agencies and practitioners an opportunity to build networks that can help leverage...
This unique workshop provides an opportunity for doctoral students writing their dissertations in the (broadly defined) areas of financial institutions, financial intermediation, and financial markets to present their work in a high-quality research setting; to get to know their future...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)