Juneteenth Forum: Can Black and Brown Banks Compete in a Digital Economy?

Replay: Can Black and Brown Banks Compete in a Digital Economy

June 15, 2021

Session 1:

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Dr. Cecilia Rouse joins Georgetown Law’s Chris Brummer to discuss the economic health of Black and Brown America in the wake of the pandemic.
 
 

Session 2:

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Acting Comptroller Michael Hsu talks to Georgetown’s Chris Brummer on “Whether or not Black and Brown banks can compete in a Digital Economy.”
 
 

Session 4:

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John Rogers, the Co-CEO of Ariel Investments, the oldest Black-owned asset management firm, and Robert Smith, Vista Equity’s CEO and the wealthiest Black person in America, talk to Georgetown’s Chris Brummer about minority banks, economics and the challenges of digitalization.
 
 

Session 5:

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Senator Sherrod Brown speaks with Dr. Chris Brummer on financial inclusion for Georgetown’s conference “Can Black and Brown Banks Compete in a Digital Economy?”
 
 

Session 6:

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Chairwoman Maxine Waters, Chair of the House Financial Services Committee, talks to Georgetown Law’s Chris Brummer about Juneteenth, black banks, and the policy focus of her committee.
 
 
 
 

Session 7:

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Senator Sherrod Brown speaks with Dr. Chris Brummer on financial inclusion for Georgetown’s conference “Can Black and Brown Banks Compete in a Digital Economy?”
 
 

Session 8:

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FDIC Chairman Jelena McWiliams joins Chris Brummer to discuss “Whether Black and Brown Banks Can Compete in a Digital Economy for joint event sponsored by Georgetown and the Black Economic Alliance
 
 
 
 
 
 

Session 9:

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Senator Mark Warner joins Dr. Chris Brummer to discuss the competitiveness of Black and Brown banks in a digital economy
 
 
 
 

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