Regulatory Burden Relief and Reform & What to Expect

IFLR Webinar

01/18/2018 12:00 p.m. - 01:30 p.m. EST

Capital Markets, Investment Management, Financial Technology, Broker-Dealer Compliance + Regulation, Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Financial Services

Sean RuffAnna T. PinedoHillel T. Cohn, and Oliver I. Ireland

Hillel T. CohnOliver I. IrelandAnna T. Pinedo, and Sean Ruff

Webinar

Trevor Starer
tstarer@mofo.com
(212) 336-4310

There was no shortage of news in 2017 and the year ended as dramatically as it began. In this session, we will provide a focused recap of the most significant developments related to regulatory burden relief in the United States. We also will share our insights and predictions regarding the changes to anticipate and prepare for in 2018 in the following key areas:

  • regulatory relief measures taken by or under consideration by the banking agencies;
  • legislative regulatory relief measures affecting financial institutions;
  • the future of the CFPB and fintech related developments;
  • a fiduciary or best interests standard for broker-dealers, the likely next steps to be taken by the SEC and where things stand with the Department of Labor’s rule;
  • the SEC’s rulemaking and enforcement agenda for investment funds and investment advisers;
  • SEC rulemaking priorities likely to affect capital formation; and
  • legislative proposals relating to the securities laws.

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