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The Depression, FDR’s Bank Act and Financial Regulation
Join Jan van Eck and Richard Sylla for an in-depth discussion on the topics they consider to be necessary historical background for a career in finance. This is the fourth of five sessions.

The banking system was shut down when FDR took office. What did he do? Most of the financial reforms enacted then are largely intact today. What were the theories behind them? How do those theories explain why no one was jailed after the global financial crisis of 2008-2009?

Accepted for one hour of CFP®, CFA® & CIMA®, CIMC®, CPWA® or RMASM CE Credit for webcast attendees. VanEck is registered with the CFA Institute as a Sponsored Provider of Live CE Programs for CFA Charterholders. To receive credit, please enter your CFP Board Number/CIMA ID Number/CFA Institute ID below.

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Nov 4, 2020 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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