June 16-17, 2014
The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will host a workshop on Legal Arrangements for Cross-border Resolution and Liquidity in OTC Derivative Markets: Theoretical Insights from “A Legal Theory of Finance” and Other Contemporary Perspectives, in conjunction with the following co-sponsors:
- University of Notre Dame, School of Law, Mendoza College of Business, Department of Economics and College of Arts and Letters
- Columbia Law School, Center on Global Legal Transformation
- Oxford University, Faculty of Law
- Wharton Financial Institutions Center
The workshop is intended to bring together academics, legal practitioners, industry professionals and policymakers to discuss issues of common interest. In particular, the workshop is designed to facilitate multidisciplinary interaction among workshop participants relating to: 1.) cross-border resolution of systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) and financial market infrastructures; and 2.) legal aspects of global liquidity challenges in OTC derivative market infrastructures and other nonbank financial infrastructures.