Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society

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11 November 2004

Fireside Chat - Business Recovery Requirements for Clearance and Settlement Organizations in Light of September 11th

Moderator: Donald Langevoort

Presenter(s): Donald Donahue, Richard Nesson

21 September 2004

Fireside Chat - Forensic Accounting

Moderator: Donald Langevoort

Presenter(s): James Barratt, Ernest Ten Eyck

27 July 2004

The Best of NERA 2004

Moderator: Theresa Gabaldon

Presenter(s): Jeffrey Baliban, Elaine Buckberg, Paul Hinton

22 June 2004

Fireside Chat - State Securities Regulation

Moderator: Donald Langevoort

Presenter(s): Christine Bruenn

Made possible through the support of North American Securities Administrators Association

08 June 2004

The SEC - A New Era

Presenter(s): Paul Sarbanes

03 June 2004

Joseph P. Kennedy - First Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (Fifth Annual Meeting)

Presenter(s): Doris Kearns Goodwin

02 June 2004

Roundtable of SEC Chairmen

Moderator: David Ruder

Presenter(s): Richard Breeden, C. Bradford Cook, Roderick Hills, Arthur Levitt

20 April 2004

Fireside Chat - Municipal Securities Regulation

Moderator: Donald Langevoort

Presenter(s): Michael McCarthy, Christopher Taylor

15 April 2004

Self-Regulation and the Exchanges

Moderator: Alger Chapman

Presenter(s): William Brodsky, Gordon Macklin, William Morton, Donald Stone

30 March 2004

Safe Harbors

Moderator: Richard Rowe

Presenter(s): Edward Fleischman, Peter Romeo

26 February 2004

Fireside Chat - Transformation of Wall Street

Moderator: Donald Langevoort

Presenter(s): Joel Seligman

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