The Clearing House Annual Conference convenes leading regulators, academics, industry executives and legal and regulatory professionals to examine the bank and payments landscape in the post-Dodd-Frank era. The conference will feature three days of keynote speakers, in-depth expert panels on today's most pressing issues for commercial banks, and professional networking opportunities.
Morrison & Foerster Partner Oliver Ireland will moderate a panel entitled “Developing Supervisory Priorities and Approaches” on Day Three of the conference. In recent years, U.S. banking agencies have implemented significant changes to the supervisory tools and methods aimed at promoting financial stability and protecting customers from potential harm. Among these new approaches are the adoption of a more risk-based, forward-looking approach to supervision, an expanded scope of supervision and enhanced expectations around corporate and risk governance. Panelists during this session will assess key developments and trends in bank supervision and compliance and how these trends are shaping global and U.S. banks. The panel will also assess the advent of “reg tech” and “big data”-type technology, including the opportunities and challenges entailed in this new technological realm.