Introducing the BWC Dialogues Series – an exclusive platform for our members to exchange opinions, explore ideas, and gain invaluable insights into real-time events and critical issues. This virtual series facilitates enriching peer-to-peer conversations, providing a forum to discuss current events while also affording attendees the opportunity to pose questions.
In its inaugural run, the BWC Dialogues discussed the US dollar competitiveness and delved into significant topics including the reverberations of the Silicon Valley Bank failure and the ensuing regulatory landscape.
The Dialogues series harnesses the collective expertise of BWC's membership, effectively engaging with pivotal events in the realm of international finance. We encourage your input through topic suggestions and welcome your willingness to contribute as a speaker. For further involvement, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
Is the Competitiveness of the US Dollar still relevant in Today’s global Landscape?
Featuring: Dante Disparte & William C. Dudley
FED Up: Does the First Republic Failure Tip the Scales for Tighter Banking Regulation?
Featuring: Hayley Boesky, William C. Dudley & William R. Rhodes
The Withdrawal Heard ‘Round the World: A Conversation on the Implications of the Silicon Valley Bank Failure
Featuring: William C. Dudley, William Coen & Gregory Johnson