American Bar Association Business Law Section: The Seventh Annual National Institute on Banking Law II

American Bar Association Business Law Section: The Seventh Annual National Institute on Banking Law II

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This course, presented by the American Bar Association Business Law Section and the ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education, is designed to build on Banking Law Basics programming and to provide practitioners with exposure to a more detailed analysis of the key laws, regulations, and supervisory guidance affecting banks and thrifts and their holding company systems. Banking Law II will focus on a cross-section of key banking issues to probe the critical policies and principles that guide the actions of the federal banking regulators and affect the way in which banking lawyers practice law. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the methods used by the regulators to regulate financial services providers, focusing on the regulatory approach of the Federal Reserve on holding company oversight and liquidity structures, the FDIC on deposit insurance and receivership, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency on risk and permissible activities for national banks.

WilmerHale Counsel Sara Kelsey is a featured speaker at this event.

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