FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Public Forum at Loyola University Chicago to Focus on Government Bailout and Subprime Mortgage Crisis
Loyola University Chicago is holding a public forum at the University’s Water Tower Campus to address the recent turmoil in the financial market arising from problems with subprime mortgages. The forum, which includes a panel of faculty experts from Loyola’s School of Law and Graduate School of Business, will examine the legal and economic issues related to subprime lending that have led to financial crisis, as well as the lingering questions surrounding the federal government’s massive bailout plan to rescue Wall Street.
The program is free and open to the public.
Forum panelists include:
- Charles Murdock – Former Loyola School of Law dean and legal scholar in the area of business organizations and disputes.
- Steven Ramirez – Director of Loyola’s Business & Corporate Governance Law Center and an expert in corporate, securities, and banking litigation.
- George Kaufman – The John F. Smith Jr. Professor of Finance and Economics at Loyola’s School of Business Administration, and an expert on bank regulations, financial markets, and monetary policy.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Loyola University Chicago
Maguire Hall – Graduate School of Business
1 E. Pearson, room 110
Loyola University Chicago is holding this public forum because it is committed to expanding knowledge and awareness on important issues, such as this well documented financial crisis, to others through its diverse learning community.