Michael Greenberger, JD
Professor
Michael Greenberger
"The Wall Street Shuffle," CNN Radio (Dallas) - May 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger emphasizes the importance of section 716 in
Senate financial regulatory reform legislation.
CNN Money - May 25, 2010
Winners and losers of the current Wall Street reform legislation.
"CongressDaily," National Journal - May 25, 2010
Professor Greenberger comments on Rep. Barney Frank's assertion
that Senate financial regulatory reform legislation "goes to far" by
requiring banks to spin off their swaps desks.
HeatingOil.com - May 24, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the
Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor
Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."
Business Week - May 21, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the
Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor
Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."
San Francisco Chronicle - May 21, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the
Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor
Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."
FireDogLake - May 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Maria Cantwell is "absolutely right in
what she's doing" by holding up cloture on the Senate's financial
regulation legislation.
"Marketplace," NPR - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains it's critical that Sen. Lincoln's
derivatives provision prevails.
"Planet Money," NPR - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger warns that last minute dealings could exempt
60 percent of derivatives trades from regulation.
The Washington Post - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why Sen. Dodd's amendment to the
financial regulation bill isn't a good compromise, especially for
taxpayers.
Capitol News Connection - May 19, 2010
The derivatives disaster is spreading to local governments.
In These Times - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger expresses concern that reformers have to fight
the Obama administration as much as they have to fight Wall Street.
The Epoch Times - May 17, 2010
Wall Street's next move: betting on Hollywood. Professor Greenberger
says that, in gaming terms, there's a good chance it will be banned.
Tampa Tribune - May 17, 2010
Professor Greenberger says a Florida candidate for U.S. Senate who
made billions betting against the housing market benefited "from a
system that caused the meltdown, but he didn't cause it."
WTOP Radio (Washington, D.C.) - May 13, 2010
Factors that could have contributed to the latest wild market swing.
CNN Money - May 11, 2010
Wall Street's next move: betting on Hollywood. Professor Greenberger
weighs in.
Insurance Advocate - May 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger applauds the New York assemblyman who
introduced legislation to regulate credit default swaps like insurance.
"Assignment," BBC Radio - May 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to regulate derivatives in
the late 90s.
The Globe & Mail - May 7, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains how high-speed trading could have
contributed to a massive market dysfunction.
The Fiscal Times - May 5, 2010
Lessons learned from derivatives deregulation a decade ago.
Rortybomb (blog) - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger defends Sen. Blanche Lincoln's proposal to
spin off swaps desks.
The Washington Post online - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger defends Sen. Blanche Lincoln's proposal to
spin off swaps desks.
CNBC.com - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger says world governments will follow the United
States' lead in regulating OTC derivatives.
The Huffington Post - May 4, 2010
Coalition letter on financial regulatory reform.
C-SPAN - May 4, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the role credit rating agencies
played in the financial crisis, plus possible new regulations.
The Huffington Post - May 4, 2010
Well-known companies are supporting relaxed standards for Wall
Street.
The Washington Post online - May 3, 2010