Annual Robert Glauber Lecture

This annual lecture honors Robert Glauber and his long record of distinguished contributions to the U.S. and world financial systems, as well as his long and successful scholarship and teaching which have characterized his career at Harvard. Mr. Glauber is an Adjunct Lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School and has been a visiting professor at Harvard Law School in 2007 and 2009. Previously, he served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NASD (now FINRA). Prior to that, he also served as Under Secretary of the Treasury for Finance from 1989 to 1992 and, before that, was a Professor of Finance at the Harvard Business School for 25 years.

In 1987-1988, Mr. Glauber served as Executive Director of the Task Force (Brady Commission) appointed by President Reagan to report on the October 1987 stock market crash. Mr. Glauber presently is Chairman of the Board of XL Group, plc (an insurance company) and Northeast Bancorp (a commercial bank based in New England), a director of Moody's Corp. and a member fo the Trustees taht oversee the International Accounting Standards Board. He has previously served on the board of Freddie Mac. He is a graduate of Harvard College and has a doctorate from Harvard Business School.

Honorees who have delivered the Glauber Lecture include:

Sheila Bair2013: Gary Gensler, Chairman, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
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Sheila Bair2012: Ed Haldeman, former CEO of Freddie Mac
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Douglas Shulman2011: Douglas Shulman, Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service
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Sheila Bair2010: Sheila Bair, Chair, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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Mary Shapiro2009: Mary Schapiro, Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission
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Christopher Cox2007: Christopher Cox, Chair, Securities and Exchange Commission.
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M-RCBG is grateful to NASD (now FINRA) for its generous contribution of an endowment which has made this lecture series possible.

Robert Glauber

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