Juneteenth Flyer

MDIs after Silicon Valley Bank

Monday, June 12, 2023 | 09:00 – 11:15 AM EDT

The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank has created new stresses for banks of all sizes, including community and minority banks, raising questions as to optimal policy responses in an age of economic volatility and uncertainty. In an all-star forum with leaders from banking, technology and government, the Georgetown University Law Center and National Bankers Association will be exploring the factors driving the market unease for financial institutions, and the impact on minority depositary institutions, as well as broader regulatory and market responses under consideration.

This forum, in commemoration of Juneteenth, serves as a continuation of our work on banks in a digital economy, and will help springboard discussions later in the year for DC Fintech Week and other programming sponsored by the National Bankers Association and Georgetown Law. Huge thanks to Visa for supporting our programming this year.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Mike Hsu, Acting Comptroller, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Travis Hill, Vice Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Michelle Gethers, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Visa
Wally Adeyemo, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of the Treasury Department
Robert James II, CEO, Carver Financial Corporation
John Lewis, President & COO, The Harbor Bank of Maryland
Joseph Akintolayo, CEO, Deposits
Dante A. Disparte, Chief Strategy Officer, Circle
Delicia Reynolds Hand, Director, Financial Fairness, Consumer Reports
Melissa Koide, CEO, FinRegLab
Priscilla Almodovar, CEO, Fannie Mae
John W. Rogers, Jr. CEO Ariel Investments
Nicole A. Elam, Esq. CEO, National Bankers Association
Chris Brummer, Georgetown Law