Over the past year, more than 170 rules have been proposed by the various regulatory agencies responsible for implementing the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and close to two dozen have been finalized. These agencies have also been publishing studies that will guide them further in the rulemaking process. Over the next several months, many of those rules will be finalized, others will be proposed and more than 200 provisions of the Act will take effect. This prolonged period of unprecedented regulatory activity will have a profound impact on virtually every financial services organization.
Please join us in New York City on July 27 for an overview of some of the most significant developments of the last year as well as a preview of what’s to come in the next few months. During this complimentary seminar, we will address topics including:
The program will also include a special presentation by Mayer Brown partner Rich Rosenfeld, the former Chief Investigative Counsel with the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
Anthony M. Alexis
Scott A. Anenberg
Joseph De Simone
Thomas J. Delaney
Marcia E. Goodman
Jason H. P. Kravitt
Stuart M. Litwin
Stephanie M. Monaco
Richard M. Rosenfeld
David R. Sahr
Jeffrey P. Taft
Location Sentry Midtown East 730 Third Avenue, 17th Floor (Between 45th & 46th Streets) New York, NY 10017 888 730 7307
12 July 2011
This session covers the new regulatory requirements for depository institutions and their holding companies including expanded restrictions on affiliate transactions, the prohibitions on proprietary trading contained in the Volcker Rule and new capital requirements under the Collins amendment.
12 July 2011
This session covers provisions in the Act adopting risk retention requirements for asset securitizers, reforming credit rating agencies, bolstering the SEC’s enforcement authority, creating private rights of action, improving corporate governance (e.g., say on pay), studying and potentially imposing a fiduciary duty on broker-dealers offering securities investment advice to retail clients, and restructuring and hopefully improving the operations of the SEC.
12 July 2011
This session covers the establishment, structure, scope and authority of the new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, and the significant changes made to the scope of federal preemption of state laws. It also discusses new restrictions on residential mortgage lending and the increased risk of litigation arising from these new consumer protection.
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