Professor
Michael Greenberger
Michael Greenberger, JD
Media - June 2010
C-SPAN - June 30, 2010
Professor Greenberger testifies before the Financial Crisis Inquiry
Commission.
Associated Press - June 30, 2010
Professor Greenberger testifies before the Financial Crisis Inquiry
Commission.
"Maryland Morning," WYPR (Baltimore) - June 29, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains important regulations in the financial
reform package.
"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - June 28, 2010
Professor Greenberger gives a detailed overview of the financial
regulatory reform package.
Fortune (blog) - June 25, 2010
Professor Greenberger will testify before the FCIC on June 30.
Reuters - June 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger commends Sen. Blanche Lincoln for
spearheading the latest fight to regulate derivatives.
The Huffington Post - June 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to keep tough derivatives
language in the financial regulatory reform bill.
Reuters - June 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger says tough derivatives language in the
Senate's financial regulatory reform bill means "doing an entirely
different kind of swaps business."
Reuters - June 14, 2010
A revised proposal from Sen. Blanche Lincoln would allow banks to
keep parts of their OTC derivatives operations.
AlterNet - June 11, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the U.S. taxpayer should not be a part of
banks' derivatives market-making.
Politico - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory will
encourage fellow Democrats on Capitol Hill to keep her tough
derivatives language in the financial reform bill.
"Planet Money," NPR - June 10, 2010
managing risk.
Reuters - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that high-frequency trading is one of the
most important issues the CFTC will handle.
Rolling Stone - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight over loophole language in
the Senate's financial regulatory reform legislation.
NASDAQ - June 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory is
a boon for strong derivatives language in the financial regulatory
reform bill.
MarketWatch - June 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory is
a boon for strong derivatives language in the financial regulatory
reform bill.
Derivatives tele-press conference - June 8, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Columbia University Professor Joseph
Stiglitz and Rob Johnson of the Roosevelt Institute for a tele-press
conference on keeping tough derivatives language in the Senate's
financial reform bill.
Reuters - June 7, 2010
Ahead of financial regulatory reforms, some firms are already
modifying how they do business.
The American Interest - June 3, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses ICE Trust U.S., clearing, and the
IRS.
Washington Lawyer - June 2010