This event has ended. Visit the official site or create your own event on Sched.
avatar for Cornelius Hurley

Cornelius Hurley

Online Lending Policy Institute
Executive Director
Cornelius Hurley, Executive Director, Online Lending Policy Institute, Inc.

Professor of the Practice of Banking Law Education A.B., College of the Holy Cross College J.D., Georgetown University Law Center P.M.D., Harvard Business School Professor Cornelius Hurley has over forty years of diversified legal, entrepreneurial, and academic experience in the financial sector. His teaching and research interests focus upon the interactions between finance and the real economy.

He serves an independent director of two federally chartered financial institutions: Comptershare Trust Company, N.A., an element of one of the global leaders in the transfer agent business; and, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, one of the three so-called “GSEs”.

Professor Hurley established the Boston office of The Secura Group, Washington, D.C. a national financial services consulting firm of which he was a partner. Formerly, he was general counsel of Shawmut Corporation, a regional bank holding company. As assistant general counsel of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, he was responsible for the Fed’s role in regulating international banking activities. Prof. Hurley also served as reporter to the American Bar Association’s Task Force on Financial Markets Regulatory Reform. Professor Hurley was appointed by Boston University’s Provost to serve as the first director of the University’s Center for Finance, Law & Policy. The Center was an interdisciplinary initiative drawing upon the deep and varied academic talent of the University to focus upon finance and financial policy issues.

He is the author of numerous articles and commentaries that have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, American Banker, the Boston Globe and other publications. During the economic crisis and in its wake, he has provided ongoing analysis on national and local television and radio outlets.