The Evolution of Financial Services in the Recession
April 9, 2009
Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs
The world’s financial markets continue to be roiled by the ongoing credit crisis as failure as the federal government waits for signs that its tough-love remedies might be curing our fiscal challenges. We spend an hour examining how the world of financial services is evolving in these challenging times. Kirsten Wegner is our guest to discuss the latest twists in Presidential and Congressional efforts to rebuild the nation’s financial markets. Next, Eric White talks about how Islamic Financial instruments are leading a movement in alternative forms of financing transactions in the United States and Canada. Then, leading bankruptcy attorneys Michael Richman and Mark Salzberg are here to explain the recession and how the federal efforts to bailout various industries are impacting a corporation’s ability to reorganize under Chapter 11. Finally, news and notes on the latest political happenings in Washington.
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Capital Thinking is your weekly glimpse of the intersection between politics, policy, the law, and the world of business. Capital Thinking will go beyond the typical talking head babble of traditional media to give a better understanding of what’s going on in Washington and what it means for your business and your family. Each week, we will feature a mix of influential guests such as policymakers, lawyers and business leaders, who will give you an in-depth and balanced look at issues of interest in Washington, the legal arena and the business world. This is a high-energy hour of radio that will give you actionable intelligence for use as a business leader and citizen.
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