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2006 Citi Conference in Leadership & Ethics

Third Annual Conference in Leadership & Ethics
“New Challenges in Regulating Financial Markets”
March 24, 2006

The third annual Markets, Ethics & Law Program Ethics in Business Conference - sponsored by the generous support of the Citi Foundation - featured an ambitious agenda led by keynote speaker Harvey Goldschmid, the Dwight Professor of Law at Columbia University, former commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the 2005-2006 Citi Foundation Distinguished Fellow in Leadership and Ethics. Mr. Goldschmid's talk was entitled “New Challenges After Three Years of Securities Law Reform.”

Following the keynote address, a panel discussion entitled “The Role of Exchanges” was moderated by Ingo Walker, Director of the NYU Global Business Institute.
A luncheon discussion entitled “Challenges Ahead” was moderated by Martin Lipton, the Managing Partner of Wachtell Lipton.

After lunch, M. Damodaran, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India, delivered special remarks entitled “New Challenges in India.”

The conference concluded with an afternoon panel entitled "The Role of Research Analysts," led by Roy C. Smith, The Kenneth Langone Professor of Entrepreneurial Finaince at Stern and a former partner at Goldman Sachs.

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