The Knowledge Congress: Regulatory Restructuring of the Financial Services Industry: What You Need to Know
Within the last twelve months, there have been many regulatory reform proposals released, including proposals by former Treasury Secretary Paulson, the General Accountability Office (GAO), the Group of Thirty, and legislative proposals by the current Treasury Department and Capitol Hill. Also, the legislation that created the TARP program called for two studies on this topic: one by the TARP oversight committee, which was published in January, and another by the Secretary of the Treasury, which is due in April. Additionally, financial services trade associations are in the process of either developing principles for financial regulatory reform or devising specific reform proposals.
The financial services industry, as a whole, recognizes that sound regulation promotes sound practices and consumer confidence. Although all of these proposals differ on some specifics, there is some commonality. At this webinar, presented by The Knowledge Congress,a panel of key thought leaders and experts discuss the differences and commonality among these proposals and whatcan likely be expected on regulatory reform going forward.
WilmerHale partner Russell J. Bruemmer will be a featured speaker at this webinar.
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