June 6, 2012
Can Wall Street Reinvent Itself?
Museum of the City of New York
Thursday, June 7 at 6:30 pm
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
New York City
After the financial collapse in 2008 and the ongoing scrutiny of their investing practices, Wall Street and New York's banking and financial industries are at a pivot point.
Join a panel of Wall Street analysts and observers:
Expect a provocative discussion of what needs to be done in order to fix the system, move forward, and keep New York competitive in the global marketplace.
- Ronald Filler (program moderator), Professor of Law and Director of the Center on Financial Services Law, New York Law School;
- Joshua Brown, vice president of investments at Fusion Analytics and author of Backstage Wall Street (McGraw-Hill, 2012);
- Heidi N. Moore, New York bureau chief and Wall Street correspondent for Marketplace; and
- Bill Singer, securities industry lawyer at Herskovits PLLC and "Street Sweeper" columnist for Forbes.
Presented in conjunction with the Museum's exhibition Capital of Capital: New York's Banks and the Creation of a Global Economy, on view through October 21. Capital of Capital will be open between 6 and 6:30 pm for program registrants to visit.
Tickets: $6 Museum members, $8 seniors and students, $12 non-members. Order online at boxoffice.mcny.org or by phone at 917-492-3395.