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Last Updated: 4/17/2012

Fifth Annual Risk Conference

Five years after the onset of the financial crisis, the financial services industry is still working through a process of rehabilitation. Balance sheets are stronger, but problem areas remain. The contours of the new regulation are becoming clearer, but implementing new dictates will require a lot of work from bankers and their supervisors. Instiutions are anxious to reinforce safety and soundness, but must also find avenues to restore profitability.

This conference explored the trade-offs involved on each of these fronts. Practitioners, regulators and industry observers contributed their thoughts on what might be on the horizon.

Tuesday, 04/10/12
8:00 AM
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM
Opening Remarks
Ali Fatemi, DePaul University
Carl Tannenbaum, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
9:00 AM
Keynote Address
Daniel K Tarullo, Governor, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
10:00 AM
Panel 1: Chief Risk Officer Panel
Todd Vermilyea, Federal Reserve Board
David Sutter, Discover Financial
Diane Kerr, State Farm
Kevin Moffitt, First Midwest Bank
11:45 AM
Luncheon and Keynote Speaker
Thomas Hoenig, Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
1:30 PM
Panel 2: Measuring and Managing Risk: Systemic and Liquidity
Kristin LaPorte, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Steven Schwarcz, Duke Law School
Leonard Matz, Liquidity Risk Advisors
Mary Aiken, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
3:15 PM
Keynote Speaker
Richard Davis, U.S. Bancorp
4:15 PM
Panel 3: Stress Testing and Capital Planning
Brad Vander Ploeg, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
David Palmer, Federal Reserve Board
Peter Christoffersen, Rotman School of Management
David J Long, Raymond James & Associates
5:15 PM
Wednesday, 04/11/12
8:00 AM
Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM
Panel 4: The Dodd-Frank Act
Kevin Van Solkema, The Private Bank
Jeffrey Brown, Promontory Financial Group
Ken Phelan, Oliver, Wyman & Co.
Molly Mahar, Federal Reserve Board
10:30 AM
Panel 5: Housing Risk
Tom Neary, Lifeline Assets
Douglas Duncan, Fannie Mae
Chris Mayer, Columbia Business School
Bill Longbrake, Executive in Residence, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
12:00 PM
Box Luncheon

Luncheon concludes at 1:00 p.m.

12:00 PM
Special Event – Bankers Only Session

Special event concludes at 2:00 p.m.

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