The US Chamber of Commerce put together a very ambitious agenda and stellar group of panelists in Washington DC on March 11, 2009. The conference, subtitled, “Restoring Confidence in the U.S. Capital Markets: From Main Street to Wall Street,” had several newsworthy moments including live coverage of their keynote luncheon speaker, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase.
The summit started a little slowly. One panel included Steve Bartlett of Financial Services Roundtable. He rattled off several proposed reforms they are putting on the table for legislative action. Then they didn’t allow questions from the audience in order to stay on schedule. One proposed reform is to allow the audit firms to raise […]