I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel after a speech delivered by Randall Quarles, the Vice Chairman of Supervision for the Federal Reserve, which concerned a variety of recent developments concerning the future of financial regulation.  The discussion can be found here.

The purpose of Quarles’s speech was to unveil a new approach on stress tests. His comments were then followed by Q&A with Martin Bailey, and a wide ranging discussion that included fintech, with Kathleen Day, a Professor at the Carey Business School, Randall Guynn, a Partner at Davis Polk and Rodgin Cohen, the Senior Chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell.

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