GARP Master Class:
Risk-Based Banking and Capital Market Regulation

10/24/2012 - 10/25/2012

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

New York, NY

Anna T. Pinedo

Anna T. Pinedo

Speaking Engagement

Joseph Marano
jmarano@mofo.com
(212) 336-4316

For presentation materials click here.

On October 24th and 25th, GARP will be hosting a master class on risk-based banking and capital market regulation.

DAY 1: COMPREHESIVE OVERVIEW OF THE MAJOR REGULATORY CHANGES AFFECTING CAPITAL MARKETS

This program includes a comprehensive overview of major regulatory proposals: 

  • Basel II.5 
  • Basel III 
  • Dodd-Frank Act 
  • CRD IV 
  • EMIR 
  • U.S. implementation of Basel III

DAY 2: LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN REGULTATION

Building on Day 1, today's program examines several major regulatory changes, meeting the need of executives who seek more specialized understanding of the broader range of regulatory change, including up-to-date information on: 

  • Derivatives Trading (Title VII) 
  • Counterparty Credit Risk 
  • Competitive Changes in the Capital Markets 
  • Securitization markets

Completion of the Master Class will provide participants with a fundamental understanding of: 

  • Regulatory and policy lessons from the financial crisis 
  • Changing rules affecting derivatives trading and counterparty credit risk management 
  • The U.S. perspective-Dodd-Frank Act and the U.S. version of Basel III 
  • The global perspective-Basel III and its ongoing enhancements and changes in the EU 
  • The impact and future direction of international regulatory reform

Speakers from MoFo include: Anna Pinedo

Ms. Pinedo will be delivering the session: "How Has the Dodd-Frank Act Framed the U.S. Response to the Crisis?"

For an agenda and information about other speakers, please click here.

Full information on the venue will be communicated with confirmed participants. Any queries on the venue should be sent to events@garp.com.

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