The Financial Pandemic - How to Navigate the Crisis to a Soft Landing
Currently, the world is changing faster than anyone can keep up. With so many unknowns surrounding COVID-19, the government must keep rolling out financial programs to maintain what was a strong economy until it can return to normalcy. Every financial crisis has been triggered by one thing — a loss of confidence. Each of them was subsequently extinguished by governmental or private sector actions that rebuilt that confidence.
Drawing on some of the best lessons of prior financial crises, industry experts and former regulators William Isaac and Thomas P. Vartanian will share insights on ways for the financial industry to move forward in this current crisis and analyze the actions taken by Congress, Treasury and the Regulators to address the growing issues.
Key takeaways include:
- How the Economy May Evolve
- What the Government Has Done and Will Do For Banks & Borrowers
- Supporting Customers
- Post Crisis Expectations
Former chairman of the FDIC and Fifth Third Bancorp and co-chairman of The Isaac-Milstein Group
In addition to his service as FDIC Chairman, Bill Isaac has decades of experience in regulatory counseling and risk management services. Upon leaving the FDIC Chairmanship, Isaac founded The Secura Group, a leading consulting firm for financial institutions that was sold by Mr. Isaac in 2010. Mr. Isaac served as a Senior Managing Director of FTI from 2011 to 2020. He has also been Chairman of Fifth Third Bancorp a leading regional banking company. Mr. Isaac is a frequent writer and commentator on banking and financial issues for media outlets that include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Forbes, American Banker, Fox, Bloomberg and CNBC. Mr. Isaac is the author of Senseless Panic: How Washington Failed America, foreword by Paul Volcker, a thought-provoking critique of the mishandling of the Wall Street crisis of 2008-2010.
Mr. Isaac began his career as a corporate attorney at Foley & Lardner and has also been a senior partner at Arnold & Porter. He earned a BBA from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and a JD, summa cum laude, from the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University.
Thomas P. Vartanian
Executive Director & Professor of Law, Financial Regulation and Technology Institute, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University
With over 40 years of experience as a regulator and legal advisor in the financial industry, Thomas P. Vartanian is now the Executive Director & Professor of Law at the Program for Financial Regulation & Technology at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School. He was General Counsel of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and the FSLIC during the S&L crisis and before that, Special Assistant to the Chief Counsel of the OCC.
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- Level: Basic
- Prerequisites: None
- Advance preparation: None
- Field of Study: Economics - Technical
- Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
- Length: 60 minutes
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