It has been almost three years since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was signed into law. Dodd-Frank continues to affect the financial sector. At each stage of this process, Mayer Brown has been providing clients with both practical guidance and strategic advice on Dodd-Frank issues.
On June 26, Mayer Brown will host its fourth annual Dodd-Frank seminar in New York. Please join us for an in-depth discussion of some of the most significant recent developments, as well as a preview of what’s to come. This complimentary seminar will address such topics as:
- Derivatives regulation, including updates on Dodd-Frank cross-border guidance and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation and next steps regarding regulatory and legislative developments
- The Volcker Rule, including how banks are addressing the good faith conformance planning requirement, what can be expected in the final regulations and alternative proposals in the UK and EU
- Developments in bank regulation, including “living wills,” enhanced prudential standards for US and non-US SIFIs, derivatives push-out and regulatory capital developments
- Current trends and expectations in the residential mortgage market, including CFPB’s mortgage-related rules, state licensing and enforcement activities and the potential impact of Basel III capital requirements
- Other cross-border and international issues, including changes to EU legislation, the financial transactions tax, recent Supreme Court cases concerning extraterritorial application of US law and recent developments affecting asset turnover, such as the Koehler doctrine
- The impact of Dodd-Frank on securitization transactions, including risk retention, rating agency reforms, disclosure requirements, and the Basel Committee’s proposed revisions to its securitization capital framework