Michael Greenberger, JD
Professor
Michael Greenberger
Media - July 2010
Platts - July 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the CFTC will have its hands full with
responsibilities under the new financial reform law.
Hamptons.com - July 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth
Warren and George Soros.
American Banker - July 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that much of the derivatives section of
finreg is going to be based on rulemaking by the SEC and CFTC.
The Boston Globe - July 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says there is sweeping support for Elizabeth
Warren to head the new federal consumer protection bureau.
The Economic Times - July 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth
Warren and George Soros.
Businessweek - July 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth
Warren and George Soros.
Businessweek - July 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why proving commodity manipulation
could be easier post-finreg.
U.S. News & World Report - July 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the SEC's suit against Goldman Sachs
Christian Science Monitor - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why rulemaking is the next big step in
"Marketplace," NPR - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why rulemaking is the next big step in
financial regulatory reform.
Los Angeles Times - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger says regulatory rule-writing is the next big fight
on the financial reform front.
The Huffington Post - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the derivatives aspect of the
financial regulatory reform bill.
CNN Money - July 13, 2010
Professor Greenberger says financial reform legislation will tamp
down on speculative activities that affect the price of commodities.
The Boston Globe - July 1, 2010
Professor Greenberger says lawmakers "moved heaven and earth" for
Sen. Scott Brown in an effort to garner his support for the financial
regulation bill.