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Why You Should Attend
This half-day program covers the regulatory framework governing bank fiduciary activity and bank collective funds. Banks and their affiliates act in a variety of fiduciary capacities including as an investment adviser and as a personal trustee. At the same time collective investment funds, which have been around for many years, are undergoing a marked growth and today are a significant player in the industry.
What You Will Learn
• Fiduciary Capacities
• The OCC’s Fiduciary Proposal
• Regulation under OCC Part 9
• The Differences and Similarities between Common and Collective Funds
• Exam priorities, trends and developments
• Interaction with SEC and DOL Exam Programs
Who Should Attend
This conference will be of interest to all legal, compliance and operational professionals involved in bank asset management and collective investment trusts, including those who work at asset management firms, banks, trust companies or other service providers.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: Legal, compliance and operational professionals involved in bank asset management and collective investment trusts including those who work at asset management firms, banks, trust companies or other service providers.
Prerequisites: An interest in Bank Asset Management and Collective Trust Funds.
Advanced Preparation: None