The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was designed “[t]o promote the financial stability of the United States by improving accountability and transparency in the financial system…” While many debate whether those objectives have been achieved, it is clear that the financial sector has had to contend with an onslaught of new regulatory requirements and a more contentious supervisory environment. Every year since Dodd-Frank’s enactment, Mayer Brown has provided clients with practical guidance and strategic advice concerning Dodd-Frank regulatory initiatives and their impact on the supervisory, transactional and litigation environments.

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Additional Materials

Federal Reserve Board Previews Capital Rules for Insurers Subject to Federal Supervision 
UK Financial Services Firms Urged to Get Ready for 2018 as Law Extending Senior Managers’ Regime Receives Royal Assent
US Bank Regulators Propose “Net Stable Funding Ratio” Rule to Enhance Financial System Resiliency
Brexit or Bremain: What does it mean for the financial services industry?
Federal Reserve Re-proposes Single-Counterparty Credit Limits for US and Non-US Banking Organizations
Bank-Issued Prepaid Cards: Agencies Clarify Customer Identification Requirements
FinCEN “Reiterates” the Importance of MSB Agent Monitoring

US FDIC and SEC Propose Rules to Govern the Orderly Liquidation of Covered Broker-Dealers under Title II of the Dodd‐Frank Act 
US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Brings First Data Security Enforcement Action

News Release: Mayer Brown adds 26-lawyer team to Consumer Financial Services group

News Release: Former senior FCA lawyer Guy Wilkes joins Mayer Brown as financial services regulatory partner in London

News Release: Mayer Brown welcomes preeminent consumer financial services group 

New York Department of Financial Services and Governor Cuomo Announce New Anti‐Money Laundering Regulations
Information Technology Examination Handbook for U.S. Financial Institutions Updated

New York State DFS Continues Moving Forward with New Cybersecurity Regulations

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