Grexit: Then and Now with Mark Sobel and Danae Kyriakopoulou
The University of Denver, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, the Enrichment Program at the University of Denver and the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Denver.
This webinar will give a first-hand account of the nearly decades long negotiation to bail Greece out of financial disaster and describes the economic and social aftermath.
Mark Sobel served as the U.S. Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Monetary and Financial Policy for 15 years. He represented the U.S. on the IMF Executive Board until 2018. Mr. Sobel managed the $100bn—plus Treasury Exchange Stabilization Fund and founded the US/EU Financial Market Regulatory Dialogue.
Danae Kyriakopoulou is a Greek economist who is often asked to serve as a speaker or contributor for international publications, conferences, and the media. Ms. Kyriakopoulou is a former Managing Economist at the Centre for Economics and Business Research and has served as Economic Advisor to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and as Economist at the Central Bank of Greece. Ms. Kyriakopoulou is a macroeconomist who often is asked to serve as speaker and contributor for international publications, conferences and the media. She holds a BA and MS from Oxford University and is fluent in German, Greek and Spanish.