Financial Luminaries Offer Insights at University of Virginia Investing Conference
By Dave Hendrick
The recent University of Virginia Investing Conference brought together a host of key actors from the 2008 financial crisis, with regulators, bankers and academics reflecting on what went wrong, what steps ultimately saved the system and what the path forward should look like to avoid future calamity.
On the sidelines of the event, held at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, former Fannie Mae Chairman and CEO Franklin Raines discussed the mortgage giant’s role in the crisis, while John Dugan, comptroller of the currency from 2005–10 and incoming chair of Citigroup, discussed the reforms that he said have made large banks considerably safer.
Also, Professor Maureen O’Hara of Cornell’s SC Johnson Graduate School of Management discussed the potential and limitations of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Former Fannie Mae Chairman and CEO Franklin Raines Reflects on the 2008 Financial Crisis
John Dugan, Former Comptroller of the Currency, Discusses Post-Crisis Big Bank Reformations
Professor Maureen O’Hara Discusses the Current Limitations of Cryptocurrencies
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business delivers the world’s best business education experience to prepare entrepreneurial, global and responsible leaders through its MBA, Ph.D. and Executive Education programs. Darden’s top-ranked faculty is renowned for teaching excellence and advances practical business knowledge through research. Darden was established in 1955 at the University of Virginia, a top public university founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819 in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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