Media - March 2009
Michael Greenberger, JD
Professor
Michael Greenberger
CBS Evening News - March 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's proposal to overhaul
the financial regulatory system.
FoxBusiness.com Live - March 23, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's latest plan to buy
banks' troubled assets.
NBC Nightly News - March 21, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest public outcry over
bonuses paid to executives at American International Group (AIG).
The Financial - March 19, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses how excessive speculation in the
unregulated energy and swaps markets has caused unnecessary and
substantial volatility in the agriculture and energy markets.
NBC Nightly News - March 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the $165 million in bonuses paid to
American International Group (AIG) executives.
WTOP Radio, 103.5 FM (Washington, D.C.) - March 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses bonuses for executives in
American International Group (AIG)'s financial products division.
WNYC Radio (NPR), 93.9 FM (New York City) - March 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the existing financial regulatory
structure and how it could be reformed.
WBFF TV, Fox 45 (Baltimore, MD) - March 13, 2009
bank nationalisation could help free up credit markets.
Stanford Magazine - March/April 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Brooksley Born, chairwoman of the
Commodity Futures Trading Commission in the late 90s and pushed
WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - March 11, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments in the
Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme case, including the investigation into the
possibility that Madoff had accomplices.
Frontline's "Inside the Meltdown" - deleted scene (PBS) - March 6,
2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the push to regulate derivatives in
the late 1990s. (To view "Frontline: Inside the Meltdown" in its entirety,
click
here.)
WBAL TV, Channel 11 (Baltimore) - March 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Legg Mason's sell off of $1.8 billion
in structured investment vehicles at 25 cents on the dollar.
Federal News Radio, 1500 AM (Washington, D.C.) - March 2
Professor Greenberger explains how the proposed Derivatives Market
Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009 would affect derivatives
and which federal agencies would be charged with oversight if the bill
becomes law.
Delta Farm Press - March 2