Dodd-Frank Reform: New Regulatory Framework for Regional Banks, Mortgage and Student Lenders, Investment Funds
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will analyze recent amendments to the Dodd-Frank Act under the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (the "Act"), including the impact of the amendments on regional and community banks. The panel will also discuss other aspects of the Act which effect investment funds, mortgage and student lenders, credit-reporting agencies and more.
- Legislative History of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act
- New SIFI Threshold for Dodd-Frank Enhanced Prudential Standards, Stress Tests
- Other Bank Capital and Liquidity Reforms
- Amendments to the Volcker Rule
- Regulatory Relief for Community Banks
- Additional Banking Provisions
- Consumer Protections
- Securities-Related Reforms
- Implications of revised asset thresholds for other financial services regulations
The panel will review these and other critical issues:
- What are the phase-in periods for the new SIFI threshold?
- When might banks whose assets fall below the SIFI threshold be nonetheless subject to enhanced prudential standards applicable to larger banks?
- In what respects is the Volcker Rule amended by the Act?
- How will mortgage and student lending practices be affected by the Act?
- How will the Act impact investments funds and capital raising?
Nathan S. Brownback
Mr. Brownback’s practice focuses on the regulation of domestic and foreign banks, with particular emphasis on the... | Read More
Mr. Brownback’s practice focuses on the regulation of domestic and foreign banks, with particular emphasis on the regulation under the Dodd-Frank Act, including the Volcker Rule. He also advises on matters related to fintech, commercial lending, bank holding company regulation, bank affiliate transactions, and merchant banking rules. He also advises on bank regulatory topics including the Volcker Rule and bank resolution planning (“living wills”), as well as on the regulation of private equity advisers and others under the Investment Advisers Act.Close
V. Gerard (Jerry) Comizio
Mr. Comizio is a leading authority on financial services matters. He has extensive experience in representing a wide... | Read More
Mr. Comizio is a leading authority on financial services matters. He has extensive experience in representing a wide range of both domestic and foreign banks, thrifts, mortgage companies, industrial loan banks, trust and fiduciary, consumer, specialty lenders, private equity companies, and other financial services companies. He regularly counsels his clients on a wide range of regulatory, merger and acquisition, enforcement proceedings, complex regulatory and strategic planning, GSE reform and residential loan securitization issues. Mr. Comizio is currently advising some of the nation’s largest financial institutions on the implications of the Dodd-Frank Act. He is also the author of International Banking Law (West Academic 2016), one of the first major casebooks on international banking law and regulatory issues.Close
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