July 16, 2014

After Dodd Frank: The Future of Financial Markets

Daniel M. Rothschild

Executive Director

Dino Falaschetti

Senior Research Fellow

Tyler Cowen

Holbert L. Harris Chair of Economics at George Mason University

Rep. Jeb Hensarling

Chairman, House Financial Services Committee

Rep. Patrick McHenry

Member, House Financial Services Committee

Richard Kovacevich

Chairman Emeritus, Wells Fargo & Company

Sharon Brown-Hruska

Vice President, National Economic Research Associates

John Coates

Professor of Law and Economics, Harvard Law School

Daniel M. Gallagher

Commissioner, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Josh Rosner

Author, Reckless Endangerment

Four years after the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Financial Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) was signed into law, there are many open questions about what the Act has achieved and what lies ahead for the U.S. financial system. This two-day conference, hosted jointly by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and the Cato Institute, explores some of the most hotly debated aspects of financial regulation and policies to improve financial markets in a post-Dodd-Frank world.