Global Capital Markets & the U.S. Securities Laws 2018

Practising Law Institute

04/18/2018 09:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Public Companies Counseling + Compliance, and Corporate

PLI New York Center
1177 Avenue of the Americas (2nd floor)
New York, NY 10036

Marty Dunn

Marty Dunn

Speaking Engagement

Morrison & Foerster’s Marty Dunn will be speaking on a panel as part of PLI’s Global Capital Markets & the U.S. Securities Laws 2018 program. The panel will focus on hot topics in global capital markets.

PLI's program, which is aimed at in-house attorneys, outside counsel and other professionals involved in securities regulation and capital markets, will provide an update on domestic and international regulatory and market developments, bringing together an engaging group of expert practitioners and senior regulators for an in-depth look at how the U.S. securities laws work in the context of a rapidly evolving global regulatory environment. 

Topics covered at this year’s event will include:

  • The latest developments with global regulatory efforts
  • Efforts to promote capital formation through private and public offerings
  • Evolving accounting, disclosure and governance standards for issuers
  • Current developments with private and public offering practices
  • Global regulation of alternative investment vehicles
  • Significant changes in global derivatives product regulation
  • Securities enforcement in an increasingly global regulatory environment

PLI will provide CLE credit. Please visit the PLI event page for more information.

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