Global Banking and Financial Services Teleconference Series:EESA Update: The TARP Going Forward - Federal Securities Law Considerations and Transition Issues
Paul Hastings invites you to attend our Global Banking and Financial Services Teleconference Series.
EESA Update: The TARP Going Forward - Federal Securities Law Considerations and Transition IssuesMonday, November 24, 20089:00 am PT / 11:00 am CT / 12:00 pm ET
The Troubled Asset Relief Program Capital Purchase Program (TARP-CPP) remains the only program announced thus far by the U.S. Treasury Department under the TARP, and made an impact in a short timeframe with a portion of the $700 billion in EESA funding; however, it is unclear what will happen with the program going forward.As Treasury focuses on applications filed by publicly-traded companies in the first round of the TARP-CPP, Paul Hastings Global Banking and Finance Services Group will hold a teleconference to address what to expect from the TARP-CPP process in the weeks and months ahead, the federal securities law implications for publicly-traded companies, and potential issues raised by the transition to a new Administration.
This complimentary one-hour program is part of the Paul Hastings Global Banking and Financial Services Teleconference Series and is offered to clients and friends of Paul Hastings.
Key topics addressed during this teleconference include:
A review of the TARP-CPP requirements for institutions accepting funding under the program
Federal securities law considerations for publicly-traded companies under the TARP-CPP
Issues with TARP under the transition to a new Administration
Paul Hastings speakers will include:
Michael ZupponePartner and Chair of Securities and Capital Markets
V. Gerard ComizioPartner and key member of Global Banking and Financial Services
Jared BrandmanKey member of Securities and Capital Markets
Kevin PetrasicKey member of Global Banking and Financial Services
There will be time for Q&A following the teleconference.
CLE QualificationsPaul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP is a State Bar of California, a State Bar of New York, a State Bar of Georgia and State of Illinois approved CLE provider and certifies that this activity is eligible for 1.0 hour of general credit in California, Georgia and Illinois and 1.0 hour of practice credit in New York.
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