McKinsey Executive Rountable Series in International Economics: U.S. Capital Markets Competitiveness: Challenges and Choices

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Alan Murray Assistant Managing Editor and Columnist, The Wall Street Journal
Speakers:
Harvey Goldschmid Dwight Professor of Law, Columbia University; Counsel, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP; Former Member, Securities & Exchange Commission
R. Glenn Hubbard Cochair, Committee on Capital Markets Regulation; Russell L. Carson Professor of Economics and Finance; Dean, Columbia Business School
Arthur Levitt Senior Advisor, The Carlyle Group; Former Chairman, Securities & Exchange Commission
Frank G. Zarb Hellman & Friedman, LLC; Former Chairman and CEO, The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc.
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