Litigation Risk Management Series: U.S. Banking Laws in Transition -- From Identifying Material Changes to Avoiding Material Risks
BNA presents its Litigation Risk Management Series with a focus on "U.S. Banking Laws in Transition -- From Identifying Material Changes to Avoiding Material Risks."
Tuesday, October 25, 20111:00 - 2:30 p.m. ET
From the 2008 financial crisis, through the Dodd-Frank Act, and into today's maze of regulatory changes, the U.S. banking laws have been wildly in flux. This has created unprecedented challenges for those responsible for a host of issues ranging from basic banking operations to payment and compensation structures. Our panel will single out the greatest risks and best precautionary measures.
• Update on the critical 2011 developments relating to the Dodd-Frank Act.• Operational, structural, and transactional risks arising under changed banking laws and heightened regulation.• Living Wills -- domestic and international challenges; scope and coverage; protecting sensitive information; gauging counter-party risks and impact.• Impact of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on litigation risk.• Incentive Compensation -- from heightened safety and soundness standards to improved designs, to protecting directors from new personal liability risks.
For additional information and to register, visit the BNA website