This two-part webinar series will update internationally headquartered banking organizations on the key issues in the implementation of financial regulatory reforms in the United States under the Dodd-Frank Act. Many regulations are still in proposed form but the short deadlines for implementation mean that all international banks must focus now on how these regulations will affect their business both within and outside of the United States.  Speakers from Mayer Brown will address what you need to know now in the following topic areas: 

Part 2: Implementation of Other Key Provisions of Dodd-Frank for International Banks

  • Update on the applicability of US regulation of systemically significant international banks and their parent organizations under Title I including living wills
  • How new US capital requirements/the Collins Amendment will affect international banks
  • What the changes in securitization and use of credit ratings will mean for international banks
  • Extraterritorial provisions of securities law.
  • How changes in the Investment Advisers Act will affect international banks
  • What you need to know about Orderly Liquidation Authority under Title II.
  • Other provisions of Dodd-Frank that international banks should be aware of.

Scott A. Anenberg
Thomas J. Delaney
Alex C. Lakatos
Jerome J. Roche
David R. Sahr
Jeffrey P. Taft

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Also in This Series

Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act – Implications for Internationally Headquartered Banking Organizations: Part 1: OTC Derivatives Regulation and the Volcker Rule