Fragmentation or Integration? An Overview of EU and U.S. Financial Regulation Relating to Derivatives and Structured Products

05/14/2015 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. EDT

Banking + Financial Services, Capital Markets, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, Derivatives + Commodities, Structured Products, Financial Institutions | Europe, and Derivatives + Commodities Regulation

Peter J. GreenJeremy C. Jennings-MaresJames Schwartz, and Julian E. Hammar

Peter J. GreenJulian E. HammarJeremy C. Jennings-Mares, and James Schwartz

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Harrison Lawrence
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This presentation will look at some of the key regulatory developments relevant to the derivatives and structured products markets in the EU and U.S., including Dodd-Frank Title VII, Volcker, EMIR and MiFID II and ongoing implementation of the new rules. We will focus in particular on some of the key cross-border issues in relation to such regulation and consider whether there is scope for a workable system of mutual recognition of relevant regulation between the two systems or whether an ongoing fragmentation of markets is inevitable.

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