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We invite you to engage in the ongoing dialogue about the critical financial and economic concerns of our day. The CFLP promotes open discourse through a variety of public forums, including lectures, seminars and conferences. Please review our Calendar for a complete listing of upcoming events sponsored by the CFLP and our Partners.
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Dodd-Frank, the Volcker Rule, and the Future of Banking in America: The Review of Banking & Financial Law Symposium February 26, 2016 8:30am – 4:00pm Room 103 Boston University School of Law 765 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215 In February, the Boston University Review of Banking & Financial Law will bring together leading scholars and industry professionals to... More
Please join us for GEGI's Spring 2016 Seminar Series on development banks and sustainable development. The events will feature prominent experts from both on and off campus. Installments of this series will take place at the Pardee School for Global Studies and to attend, please register at EventsPS@bu.edu; seating is... More
Who: James Peterson Where: The Center for Finance, Law & Policy, 53 Bay State Road, 1st Floor, Room 109 When: Friday November 20th, 2015 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Please join us for the inaugural session of our workshop series which will feature James Peterson. James Peterson was a former in-house counsel... More
Pardee School for Global Studies November 16th, 2015 GEGI will hold a seminal series in the fall of 2015 that focuses on Development Banks and Sustainable Development. These seminars will take feature talks by Bo Kong, from GEGI and UO (October 16, China’s Development Banks and the Globalization of Chinese Energy Policy), More
African Studies Center, 232 Bay State Road, Rm. 505 Wednesday December 2nd, 2015 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm In the current era of increasing global human and capital flows, diaspora contributions to the development of their home countries are crucial. The panel discussion examines the role of the African diaspora in contributing to their communities... More