2008 Credit Markets Symposium
Thu., April 17, 2008 - Fri., April 18, 2008
Richmond Office, Richmond, Va.
The symposium will provide a forum for an open dialogue among market participants, risk management professionals, policymakers and regulators about important credit market topics including views on the economic impact of financial innovations in credit markets, the effectiveness of credit markets in allocating risk, liquidity risk in credit markets, and regulatory and market participants’ responses to credit market disruptions.
Risk managers, portfolio managers, credit risk leaders at banks, asset managers, insurance companies, rating agencies, industry associations, management consultants, heads of supervision, academics, central bank policymakers and anyone interested in the credit transfer markets.
Media was invited to this event.
Speech by Donald L. Kohn, Federal Reserve Board of Governors: The Changing Business of Banking
Speech by Amy Woods Brinkley, Bank of America
Presentation by Steven Miller, Standard & Poor's: Deleveraged Loan Market
Presentation by Lisa Watkinson, Lehman Brothers: Credit Market Outlook
Speech by Paul A. McCully, PIMCO: Global Central Bank Focus
Presentation by Eric S. Rosengren, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston: Liquidity and Systemic Risk
Speech by Rosengren
Presentation by David Fanger, Moody's: The Future Of Banking - Back to the Future?
Presentation by Til Schuermann, Federal Reserve Bank of New York: Banks as Liquidity Provider of Second to Last Resort
Paper Mentioned During Conference: Interim Report of the IIF Committee on Market Best Practices
Paper Mentioned During Conference: Observations on Risk Management Practices During the Recent Market Turbulence
2007 Credit Markets Symposium