2012 Japan-U.S. Concept Papers and Presentations

Concept Papers

Overview Of The Japanese Legal Framework To Resolve A Systemically Important Financial Institution In Insolvency Proceedings In Japan
Hideyuki Sakai, Bingham
Micro-Prudential Measures for Systemic Stability
Tomoyoshi Uranishi, Tokyo Stock Exchange Group, Inc.

The flaws in the Fed’s new macro stress test proposals
Tsuyoshi Oyama, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Japan

Micro- Prudential Measures for Systemic Stability of Property & Casualty Insurance Companies
Masashi Oba, Tokio Marine Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.

Japan’s Sputtering Economic Recovery Amid Heightened Political Turmoil
Hugh Patrick, Columbia University

Defying Gravity: How Long Will Japanese Government Bond Prices Remain High?
Takatoshi Ito, University of Tokyo

Why Post-Crisis Financial Regulatory Reforms Will Not Produce Financial Stability
Kevin Mellyn, MasterCard

Public Debt Overhang and the Financial Sector: 3 Topics a Bank CFO is Asked
Tetsuya Kubo, SMBC

Problems with the banking system central to the European crisis
Akinari Horii, The Canon Institute for Global Studies

The Global (Not Euro-Zone) Crisis
Hal Scott, PIFS, Harvard Law School

When the Euro Falls Apart- A Sequel
Hal Scott Scott, PIFS, Harvard Law School

Better Risk-Appetite Frameworks and More Risk Disclosure can Improve the Global Financial Systems Stability
and Resilience

Jeff Bohn, PwC


Structural Change in Japan’s Economy and the Role of Financial Institutions
Yasuhiro Sato, Mizuho Financial Group, Inc.

Key Challenges for Post-Crisis Adjustment of the Financial System, with a focus on Banking Insurance, and Securities Firms
Akihiro Kagawa, Managing Director Chief Risk Officer and Chief Compliance Officer

Primary Balance Surplus in the Southern European Countries
Professor Ito

Key Challenges for Post Crisis Adjustment of the Financial System
Charles D. Lake II, Chairman, Aflac Japan