FDIC's Expanded Role in Bank Holding Company Insolvencies
Navigating the Complexities of Banking Regulators' Participation in the Bankruptcy Process
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide counsel with a review of the FDIC’s role in BHC bankruptcies and the complex issues facing BHCs, their bank subsidiaries, and the boards and creditors of both. The program will also discuss the impact of the Orderly Liquidation Authority on BHC insolvencies.
- Role and impact of FDIC in BHC bankruptcy proceedings
- Complex issues that arise in BHC bankruptcy proceedings
- Impact of Orderly Liquidation Authority on future role of FDIC in BHC insolvencies
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How are pre-petition capital maintenance agreements treated under the Bankruptcy Code and what impact will these claims have on other creditors of the BHC?
- Does the BHC or the FDIC own the tax refunds generated by the BHC and its banking subsidiaries?
- Does a trustee have standing to assert breach of fiduciary duty claims against the former directors and officers of a BHC for harm caused to the BHC?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Todd C. Meyers
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton
He focuses his practice on bankruptcy and insolvency matters and represents committees, creditors and debtors in both... | Read More
He focuses his practice on bankruptcy and insolvency matters and represents committees, creditors and debtors in both workouts and bankruptcy proceedings. He has been listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business for Bankruptcy/Restructuring Law every year since 2006 and was recognized by the Legal 500 US for Bankruptcy Law in 2009 and for Corporate Restructuring in 2011.Close
Ivan L. Kallick
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
His bankruptcy, insolvency and workout practice is concentrated on large reorganization cases, and he has represented... | Read More
His bankruptcy, insolvency and workout practice is concentrated on large reorganization cases, and he has represented debtors, creditors, creditors’ committees, franchisors, governmental and regulatory entities, and landlords in a wide range of matters and businesses including real estate development and brokerage, hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare, entertainment and service industries.Close
James D. Higgason
For more than 20 years, he handled complex commercial actions nationwide. More recently he has devoted much of his... | Read More
For more than 20 years, he handled complex commercial actions nationwide. More recently he has devoted much of his practice to debtor-creditor litigation, particularly matters arising in bank holding company bankruptcies. He represented the Bank of New England Corporation trustee in securing unprecedented fraudulent transfer recoveries in actions against the FDIC and in an auditor malpractice case.Close