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The Challenges of Post-Crisis Regulation and Brexit

Recorded on: Jan. 23, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:19

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Taken from the Web Program Sixteenth Annual Institute on Securities Regulation in Europe: Practical Implications of U.S. Law on EU Practice recorded January, 2017 in London.

The Challenges of Post-Crisis Regulation and Brexit [01:00:19]
  • How has the concept of banking supervision and oversight evolved post financial crisis?  Do we expect further changes in light of Brexit?
  • Does bank culture now meet public and regulatory expectations?  What more needs to be done?
  • How has internal corporate governance changed post financial crisis?  Does a robust organizational structure make conduct issues less likely?
  • What impact has the advent of the FCA's Senior Management Regime and the DOJ's Yates Memorandum had on individual accountability?  Has the regulatory focus switched from the institutions to individuals?
  • What are the problems of the future -- corruption issues?  Cyber crime? 
(CFE Field of Study: Fraud)

Moderators: Simon Dodds, Bob Hoyt
Speakers: Andrew Bagley, Kate Cheetham, Sajid Hussein, John Tribolati


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Andrew J Bagley ~ EMEA General Counsel, Goldman Sachs International
Kate Cheetham ~ Group General Counsel, Lloyds Banking Group
Simon Dodds ~ Co-General Counsel, Deutsche Bank
Bob Hoyt ~ Group General Counsel, Barclays Bank PLC
Sajid F Hussein ~ General Counsel, EMEA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
John Tribolati ~ Managing Director & EMEA General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase
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