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Antitrust in the Financial Sector: Hot Issues & Global Perspectives

Concurrences + Morgan Lewis

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

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05.00 - 05.15pm

Coffee & Registration 


05.15 - 05.30pm

Welcome Remarks

Richard TAFFET Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, New York  

James KEYTE Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute, New York  


05.30 - 05.50pm

Opening Remarks

Andrew FINCH Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Antitrust Division, US DOJ, Washington, DC  


05.50 - 06:50 pm

The Amex Decision: Turning the Tables? 

Beau BUFFIER | Chief, Antitrust Bureau, NYS Office of the Attorney General

Jonathan JACOBSON | Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, New York

Jonathan ORSZAG | Senior Managing Director, Compass Lexecon, New York

Moderator: James KEYTE Director, Fordham Competition Law Institute, New York


06.50 - 07.50 pm

Fintechs: How to Ensure a Level Playing Field for All?

Kathy CARD BECKLES  | General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase, New York*

Richard TAFFET Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, New York  

Frances MURPHY  | Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Brussels/London

Moderator: Michael SALINGER | Senior Academic Adviser, Charles River Associates, Boston


 07.45 - 08:00 pm

Closing Remarks 

Bruce HOFFMAN  Director of Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC


 08.00 pm

Cocktail Reception

 


 

Panel Sponsors

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Charles River Associates

Compass Lexecon

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Fordham University School of Law
150 W 62nd St
New York, NY 10023

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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Concurrences + Morgan Lewis

Financial markets are the lifeblood of the real economy, giving businesses and consumers access to financial products. The better and more competitively they function, the better the economy will perform. In recent years, two interesting developments can be observed in the antitrust arena: on one hand, the increased scrutiny by antitrust authorities in the US, Europe and Asia; on the other hand, the increasing growth of different payment systems on a global scale. This two-panel event aims at analyzing and discussing these critical issues with some key antitrust enforcers, lawyers, in-house counsels, and economists.

Concurrences and Morgan Lewis are the co-organizers of this two-hour event supported by Charles River Associates and Compass Lexecon.

Free Registration. Registration is by invitation only. In case of affluence, registration will be limited to 1 person per institution. No on-site registration.

CLE Information: This program is seeking approval by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State for CLE credits. All credit is both transitional and non-transitional and falls into the Areas of Professional Practice. This program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.

This conference and its speakers will be filmed by Concurrences Review to be posted online. Photos of the speakers and of the attendees will also be taken. By entering these premises, you understand that you may be photographed and you hereby give Concurrences Review the unqualified right to take pictures and/or recordings of you. 

 

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