|8:15||Registration and Coffee Session|
|8:45||Dean’s Welcome and Senior Associate Dean’s Remarks
Dean James Danko and Senior Associate Dean Ron Hill
Financial Institutions Session: Chair: Todd Vermilyea, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Product Diversification and Performance in the Financial Industry: FHCs’ Expansion into Insurance Activities
Securitizations as Financings or Sales? Financial Evidence for Accounting and Regulatory Balance Sheet Treatment in a World of Structured Finance
Segmentation, Probability of Default and Basel II Capital Measures for Credit Card Portfolios
Investments Session: Chair: Shawn Howton, Villanova U.
What Drives Stock Price Movement?
Tight bounds on the impact of nonsynchronous trading on portfolio cross-autocorrelations
Dynamic Liquidity Preferences of Mutual Funds
Lunch and Keynote Speaker
Why Do Large Financial institutions Hold So Much Capital?
Market Microstructure Session: Chair: Michael Pagano, Villanova U.
Earnings Quality and Information Asymmetry: Evidence from Trading Costs
Does Removing the Short-sale Constraint Improve Liquidity? Evidence from Hong Kong
Geographic Proximity and Price Discovery: Evidence from Nasdaq
Corporate Finance Session: Chair: David Becher, Drexel U.
Shareholders’ Say on Pay: Does It Create Value?
Dividends, Investment, and Financial Flexibility
Evidence on Board Size and Its Impact on CEO Pay-Performance Sensitivity
|4:45||Wine and Beer Reception|
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