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Why You Should Attend
The Banking Law Institute 2019 program has gathered a diverse and exciting faculty of presenters to address the legal and regulatory issues currently shaping banking law practice. Discussions will focus on hot bank regulatory topics, such as changes in regulators’ approach to transactions and whether a new round of bank merger activity has begun, in addition to regulatory developments in banking, and the current themes of supervision and enforcement. Other topics will include what’s next for capital given the cumulative impact of capital reforms, liquidity stress testing, and Total Loss-Absorbing Capacity (TLAC).
A highlight this year is a thorough review of the FinTech regulatory developments, highlighting changes in the federal administration of consumer laws and regulation and addressing key reforms in consumer issues. The discussion will also address the development and regulation of crypto-assets and other digital currencies in the U.S. and abroad.
Legal, finance, accounting, compliance and related professionals operating in the banking arena should find this program informative.
What You Will Learn
- Discuss the Federal Reserve Board’s control proposal.
- What is the impact of the banking agencies’ tailoring proposals?
- Review the cumulative impact of capital reforms
- How can attorneys prepare for recovery & resolution planning developments in banking?
- Blockchain and distributed ledger testing and implementation
- What can attorneys do to improve upon board effectiveness and senior management guidance?
- How do Fintech regulatory developments impact your counsel?
- Learn about new trends in enforcement
Who Should Attend
Lawyers, finance and compliance professionals concerned with legal and regulatory updates should attend.
Program Level: Overview
Intended Audience: Lawyers, finance and compliance professionals concerned with legal and regulatory updates should attend.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with the major banking and financial regulatory controls and an interest in learning the latest legal developments and compliance priorities.
Advanced Preparation: None