On This PageAugust 1999, No. 144a

Global Financial Crises: Implications for Banking and Regulation (Special Issue)
Last Updated: 07/22/99

On May 6–7, 1999, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago held its thirty-fifth annual Conference on Bank Structure and Competition. Since the early 1960s the conference has served as a forum for academics, regulators and industry participants to debate current issues affecting the financial services industry. This year’s conference continued that tradition.