"The Financial Crisis, Dodd-Frank, and the Future of Financial Regulation"
University of Maryland's Michael Greenberger to speak as part of Autumn Lecture Series
POUGHKEEPSIE (Nov. 4, 2013) – Michael Greenberger is the founder and director of the University of Maryland’s Center for Health and Homeland Security, a nonprofit academic consulting center with more than 50 professionals working on over 90 contracts worldwide in the areas of emergency planning and preparedness, cybersecurity, and public health policy.
As a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law since 2001, Mr. Greenberger also led the development of three related courses, and he continues to teach a class entitled "Homeland Security and the Law of Counterterrorism."
Professor Greenberger also has substantial experience in, and teaches a course on, financial market regulation. As a former director of the Division of Trading and Markets within the Commodity Futures Training Commission, he is frequently asked to testify before Congressional committees on complex and unregulated financial regulatory issues, especially on derivatives. His financial expertise is also called upon by media across the globe, as well as for academic gatherings.
During his professional career, Professor Greenberger has been recognized for his accomplishments through appointments such as the American Bar Association’s Law and National Security Advisory Committee, the Commission on Maryland Cybersecurity Innovation and Excellence, and as former chair and vice chair of the Maryland Governor’s Emergency Management Advisory Council.