The results of November’s election could upend key features of the financial regulatory structure that have been put in place over the past eight years. It is time for policymakers to assess the cumulative impact of the reforms that have been made to determine what is working and what is not. BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative is assessing whether the regulatory environment balances promoting financial stability, economic growth, and the needs of consumers, businesses, and investors, as well as how to address the unintended consequences of the reforms and remaining gaps in financial regulation.
BPC hosted an event to discuss its recent paper, Did Policymakers Get Post-Crisis Financial Regulation Right? The event featured a conversation with Richard Berner, director of the Office of Financial Research, followed by a panel of experts to discuss the paper’s initial findings and recommendations.
Director, Office of Financial Research
Douglas J. Elliott
Partner, Finance & Risk/Public Policy Practice, Oliver Wyman
Executive Vice President, Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Policy Director, Americans for Financial Reform
Washington Columnist, Reuters Breakingviews