Join us at the Council on Foreign Relations' Manhattan headquarters for an exclusive policy briefing with Brad W. Setser, senior fellow and acting director of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomics at the Council on Foreign Relations. His expertise includes international macroeconomics, global capital flows, and the management of financial crises. He will be addressing our group on the topics corporate governance and financial regulation, and you will have the opportunity to pose questions and engage in discussion during this private briefing.
Brad W. Setser holds a BA from Harvard University, a masters from Sciences-Po, and an MA and PhD in international relations from Oxford University. Mr. Setser was a deputy assistant secretary for international economic analysis in the U.S. Treasury from 2011 to 2015, where he worked on Europe’s financial crisis, currency policy, financial sanctions, commodity shocks, and Puerto Rico’s debt crisis. Furthermore, he was the director for international economics, serving jointly on the staff of the National Economic Council and the National Security Council. He also spent time as the director of global research for Roubini Global Economics and was a visiting scholar at the International Monetary Fund. Among his other accomplishments, he is the author of Sovereign Wealth and Sovereign Power (CFR, 2008) and the coauthor of Bailouts and Bail-ins: Responding to Financial Crises in Emerging Economies (Peterson Institute, 2004).
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Don't miss this chance to pose questions to a prominent expert in the field of finance and regulation!
Date: Friday, November 4th
Time: 2:45 PM - 4:30 PM
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 2nd
Location: Council on Foreign Relations, Manhattan - meeting instructions will be emailed closer to the date of the program
Contact: Molly Hampton, Assistant Director of Enrichment Programs, email@example.com or at (212) 431-1195 ext. 32
This program is generously sponsored by the Harold S. Geneen Charitable Trust.