- Key Initiatives
- Faculty & Research
- Big Data for Better Business seminars
- No Free Lunch Seminar Series
- Annual News and Finance Conferences
- Transparency Conference: At What Speed and Cost?
- Systemic Risk Conferences
- Networking Receptions
- Financial Career Events
- 2011-2014 Annual Program for Financial Studies Conferences
Director: Lawrence Glosten, S. Sloan Colt Professor of Banking and International Finance
The structure of trading securities, and the activities of brokers and dealers, have undergone dramatic changes in recent years as the result of technological changes, globalization, and new regulatory initiatives. Given those changes, and in particular the decline of the New York Stock Exchange’s market share of global trading, how will New York evolve as a global financial center? To what extent is regulation advantaging or disadvantaging the United States as a location for initial public offerings, and for securities trading more broadly?
Disruptive and Manipulative Activities in Financial Markets (November 18, 2016)
Corporate Debt Market Structure, Liquidity and Volatility Conference (November 6, 2015)
- Fixed income markets project collaboratively with the trading divisions at J.P. Morgan Chase and Citigroup