The Banking Crisis

Presented on: Wednesday, June 7th at 12:00 PM EDT

SJU Intellectual

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In March, failures at three United States banks triggered the Federal Reserve and the government to take quick action to secure the financial sector and prevent a global epidemic. What caused this collapse and what will the long-term effects be to a banking system experiencing significant pressure and a sudden loss of confidence?

In this Unlimited Learning Expert Webinar Series session, Karen Hogan, PhD, professor of finance and Paul Hogan, managing director, Debt Capital Markets at M&T Bank, discussed if the banking crisis of 2023 has been contained and what this means for the United States economy.

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