Please join us this Autumn for an ongoing discussion regarding the complex, cross-border insolvency issues facing restructuring, regulatory, and litigation attorneys. In this three-part webinar series, Mayer Brown lawyers will address a variety of significant issues, including:

September 12

 

Recognition and Administration of Cross-Border Insolvencies and Restructurings—US, European and Asian Perspectives

October 10

 

Regulatory Approaches to Troubled Financial Institutions—Dodd-Frank, Living Wills and Non-US Approaches

November 7

 

Insolvency Litigation and Related Strategic Concerns—US, European and Asian Perspectives


On October 10, please join Mayer Brown lawyers Ashley Katz, Jeffrey Taft, Jörg Wulfken and Alexandria Carr as they discuss Regulatory Approaches to Troubled Financial Institutions—Dodd-Frank, Living Wills and Non-US Approaches. Topics will include:

  • An overview of the US bank insolvency regime and Dodd-Frank’s living will requirement
  • The EU draft framework on recovery and resolution of banks and investment firms
  • Possible consequences of the European Commission’s proposal to grant the European Central Bank supervisory responsibility for all banks in the Eurozone
  • The UK response to investment banks that fail
  • Reaction to the global financial crisis since 2008 in Asia

One hour of CLE/CPD credit is pending per webinar session

There is no charge for this program

Webinar Access
Instructions for accessing the program will be sent prior to the event.

For additional information, please contact Madeleine Moulton at +1 212 506 2331 or mmoulton@mayerbrown.com.

Downloads –