Touted as the portion of the negotiations that could produce the largest economic gains, the regulatory coherence negotiations are complicated by several factors, including the level of technical detail involved, the reliance of negotiators on domestic regulators (who may have a professional interest in scuttling a deal) for expertise, and the wide disparity in approaches contemplated by U.S. and EU negotiators. Panelists will break down the negotiations and provide greater clarity with respect to the possibilities and probabilities.
Moderated by: Simon Lester, Cato Institute
Alberto Alemanno, HEC Paris & NYU Law
Per Altenberg, Swedish Board of Trade
Greg Shaffer, University of California, Irvine School of Law