You're Invited to the Wake Forest Law Review's
2015 Spring Symposium: 
The Future of Financial Intermediation

Friday, March 27, 9:00-3:30
at the 
 Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312
Co-sponsored by the

                CLE Credit Pending:                               Free Admission
                   5 Hours General                                    Free Parking
                                                                                        Local Lunch Options
Join us for just one session, or stay for the day!
See our webpage for a more detailed schedule

8:30   Coffee and Continental Breakfast     11:45  Lunch Break
9:00   Peer-to-Peer Disintermediation          1:15  Berkshire's Disintermediation
10:15  Refreshments Provided                       2:00  Refreshments Provided           10:30 Future of Financial                                2:15  Disintermediated 
            Intermediation                                                 Corporate Governance                                                                   
Please REGISTER today to help us plan for parking and CLE credit.
Intermediation is remaking the way goods and services are sold (think eBay, Craigslist, Airbnb), and we seem to be heading toward greater intermediation in financial markets. This symposium will explore the future of financial intermediation. What role does (and can) law play in shaping and responding to that future?  What adaptations are appropriate for traditional securities disclosure and oversight regimes?  How do decentralized structures affect rules on internal controls or the laws governing corporate groups? How do these changes affect the long-term versus short-term thinking of investors and managers? Join us in our discussion.