2011 FMA Treasury and Capital Markets Legal and Legislative Issues Conference

10/20/2011 - 10/21/2011

Banking + Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Business Restructuring + Insolvency, and Financial Institutions + Financial Services

Sheraton Four Points Hotel
1201 K. Street
Washington, D.C. 20005

Barbara R. Mendelson

Barbara R. Mendelson

Sponsorship

Christie Adams
cadams@mofo.com
(212) 336-4024

This conference serves to share information, ideas and experiences on current "hot topic" regulatory and legislative initiatives with banking/securities attorneys, senior compliance officers, internal auditors and regulators where the focus is on high-level discussion of evolving banking and securities law, enforcement proceedings, financial holding company issues, securities underwriting and distribution, and public finance.

Of Counsel Alexandra Steinberg Barrage will speak on Friday, October 21 from 10:10 AM - 11:00 AM on Cross-Border Insolvency and Resolution Issues. Alexandra will discuss key issues concerning cross-border financial institution insolvency, effective cross-border resolution regimes, and the basics of effective cross-border resolution planning.

Partner Barbara Mendelson will moderate on Thursday, October 20th from 3:40 PM - 4:40 PM on "An End to Too Big to Fail? - SIFIs, Living Wills and Enhanced Regulation of Large Institutions." In addition, Barbara Mendelson will also moderate on Friday, October 21st from 10:10 AM - 11:00 AM on "Cross-Border Insolvency and Resolution Issues."

Co-panelists include:
Debra Stone, Vice President & Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
David Wall, Assistant General Counsel, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

For a full agenda, please click here.

Please contact Christie Adams at cadams@mofo.com for a client discount.

CLE will be provided by the Financial Markets Association.

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