Global Interdependence Center Presents "How to Predict the Next Financial Crisis"

Date: 
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 - 11:45am - 4:00pm
Location: 
The Pennsylvania Room at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia 7th and Arch Sts.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
United States

Join GIC at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia as they welcome Richard Vague, President of the Governor’s Woods Foundation and Managing Partner, Gabriel Investments and Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-At-Large, the Atlantic and Senior Fellow at the American Strategy Forum at the New American Foundation, for a discussion on the findings from their recent paper, “How to Predict the Next Financial Crisis”.

AGENDA

  • 11:45 p.m. -- Registration
     
  • 12:00 p.m. -- Luncheon
     
  • 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. -- Program with Audience Q&A  
    • Welcome
      • Peter Burns, GIC Board Member and Senior Payment Advisor, Heartland Systems
         
    • Remarks
      • Richard Vague, President of the Governor’s Woods Foundation and Managing Partner, Gabriel Investments
      • Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-At-Large, the Atlantic and Senior Fellow at the American Strategy Forum at the New American Foundation
         
    • Discussants
      • Anthony Santomero, Senior Advisor to McKinsey& Co. and former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
      • Paul McCulley, Retired Managing Director of PIMCO and Chair, GIC Global Society of Fellows

An article based on their paper appeared in “the Atlantic” in which they argued that “The highly tempestuous debates between Keynesians and deficit hawks distract from the real causes of the Great Recession and from the solution.” and ”…that to stimulate jobs and economic growth, financial houses should take phased write downs of assets and give loan holders relief and debt forgiveness.” 

REGISTRATION

  • General Public -- $50
  • GIC Members -- $35

Register online by clicking the link above or call GIC at (215) 238 - 0990. Please bring photo ID.  

Categories
Event Type: 
Conferences
Topic: 
Economy/Business/Finance
Topic: 
International Commerce