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

Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Speakers
Frank G. Zarb

Hellman & Friedman, LLC; Former Chairman and CEO, The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc.

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

Harvey Goldschmid

Dwight Professor of Law, Columbia University; Counsel, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP; Former Member, Securities & Exchange Commission

Presiders
Alan Murray

Assistant Managing Editor and Columnist, The Wall Street Journal

The McKinsey Executive Roundtable Series in International Economics was a quarterly meetings series, which brought together major U.S. and foreign policymakers, business leaders, and independent commentators to discuss and debate current issues in international economics, such as global energy markets, tax policy, global demographic change, and securities regulation.

This meeting series was sponsored by the Corporate Program and the Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies and has been retired.

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