The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law on July 21, 2010 and is considered the most sweeping financial regulatory reform to be passed since the regulatory reform that was enacted after the Great Depression. What conditions made this legislation necessary? How exactly has Dodd-Frank changed the financial services industry? Is it constitutional? Does this legislation adversely affect economic liberty? Our panel will address these questions and more on Wednesday May 15, 2013, at the Irish Exit in midtown Manhattan.
There is no charge for admission and beer and drinks will be at happy hour prices.
John Carney is a senior editor at CNBC.com covering Wall Street, hedge funds, financial regulation, and other business news. Carney is a frequent guest on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” and other programs. Prior to joining CNBC, Carney was the editor of clusterstock.com and dealbreaker.com.
Ammon Simon serves as Policy Counsel for the Judicial Crisis Network, where he focuses on Dodd-Frank, state and federal judicial selection, the Department of Justice, and constitutional litigation. Before joining JCN, Ammon was a litigator in the Missouri Attorney General’s Office. He is a regular contributor to National Review’s blog “Bench Memos,” and has also been featured in the Washington Times, and Forbes Online. Ammon is a frequent radio guest on Dodd Frank, and has appeared on ”The Jim Bohannon Show.” He graduated from Columbia Law School and Wheaton College.
Collin Schwartz is a Senior Vice President of Regulatory Management at Citigroup. Prior to coming to Citi, Schwartz worked as an attorney at Bloomberg L.P.