Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Media - January 2013
CTV Business News Network-January 24, 2013
Professor Greenberger appears on Canada's Business News
Network to discuss the SEC's approval of copper exchange traded
funds.
Huffington Post-January 24, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments on the nomination of Mary Jo White
to chair the SEC.
Mother Jones -January/February, 2013
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an article discussing the dangers
of high-frequency, computerized trading and how such market
practices could cause the next financial meltdown.
Huffington Post-January 16, 2013
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an article that discusses five
things President's must do in his second term for market reform.
NPR-January 15, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments that the OCC's regulatory action is
a step in the right direction, but overall the penalties that banks pay for
violating financial regulations are quite small.
Mother Jones-January 15, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments on the OCC's recent regulatory
action against JPMorgan Chase, noting that the weak regulatory
response to over $6 billion in losses is reminiscent of regulators'
behavior in the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis.
The Daily Beast-January 11, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments extensively on the role of the
Treasury secretary in financial regulation in light of Obama's
nomination of Jack Lew to the position.
Background Briefing with Ian Masters-January 10, 2013
Professor Greenberger discusses whether the selection of Jack Lew
for Treasury secretary signals that  financial reform is not a priority in
Obama's second term, and whether Lew is prepared to handle the
problems associated with the continuation of systemic risk, including
another financial crisis.
Huffington Post-January 9, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments on Obama's appointment of Jack
Lew to replace Timothy Geitner as Treasury secretary.
Bloomberg-January 7, 2013
Professor Greenberger comments on the SEC's selection of Geoffrey
F. Aronow, a former director of the CFTC's Division of Enforcement as
the agency's new General Counsel.
Kansas City Star-January 7, 2013
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an article that details a recent
Justice Department lawsuit against JPMorgan and the general lack of
action by Justice's mortgage-fraud task force, particularly in pursuing
criminal actions against those who caused the financial crisis.
Mother Jones -January/February, 2013
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an article discussing the dangers
of high-frequency, computerized trading and how such market
practices could cause the next financial meltdown.