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Asset Management, Financial Stability and Economic Growth

Past Event

Asset Management, Financial Stability and Economic Growth

Asset managers play a critical role in our economy, channeling funds from investors to businesses to support economic growth and employment. Their allocation decisions help determine the efficiency with which our economy operates and those decisions also affect financial stability. There is an active policy debate on how to regulate asset managers to maximize economic growth without endangering financial stability.

On January 9, the Initiative on Business and Public Policy at Brookings hosted an event addressing these issues, with experts from a variety of backgrounds sharing their perspectives.

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Regulating Asset Management


Paul Kupiec

Resident Scholar - American Enterprise Institute


Presentation: The Structure of the Asset Management Industry


Brian Reid

Chief Economist - Investment Company Institute

Asset Management, Growth and Stability


Mary John Miller

Former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance - U.S. Department of the Treasury


Peter R. FIsher

Senior Lecturer and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Business and Government - Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth


Matthew Richardson

Charles Simon Professor of Applied Financial Economics - Stern School of Business, New York University

The View From Washington


Patrick Pinschmidt

Deputy Assistant Secretary, Financial Stability Oversight Council - U.S. Treasury Department

Nellie Liang

Undersecretary for Domestic Finance - United States Department of the Treasury

Former Senior Fellow - Economic Studies


Mark Flannery

BankAmerica Professor of Finance - University of Florida

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