Title VII: Legal Operational and Extraterritorial Challenges

Risk Seminar

09/25/2013 - 09/26/2013

Banking + Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Derivatives + Commodities, and Financial Institutions + Financial Services

Downtown Conference Center
157 Williams Street
New York, NY 10038

James Schwartz

James Schwartz

Speaking Engagement

Alexa Powers
alexapowers@mofo.com
(212) 336-4312

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This two-day forum will cover the most prominent new best practice approaches and regulatory requirements introduced as part of Dodd-Frank title VII, and also feature a comprehensive day-long discussion of the extraterritorial impact with a focus on the implications for both US and “non-US” firms based in North America. Anna Pinedo will speak on the panel regarding Dodd-Frank vs Regulation in Europe - How do CFTC guidelines match up with those in Europe; How do CFTC guidelines match up with prudential capital and margin regulations; Guidance vs. Rule: how open is the current CFTC document open to legal challenges?; Should Regulators Undertake a More Rigorous Cost/Benefit Analysis of Dodd-Frank?; and What will be the Implications of Conflicting European and US Regulation of Swaps Market?

Topics of discussion include:

  • Recordkeeping and Reporting Criteria Under Dodd-Frank Title VII
  • Mandatory Swap Clearing Under Dodd-Frank: New Market, New Era
  • End User/Buy-Side Impact of Title VII
  • Swap Execution Facilities
  • Extraterritorial Application of Data Regulations and Swap Data Repositories
  • Substitutional Compliance: Extraterritorial Application of Rule VII Regulations
  • Dodd-Frank vs. Regulation in Europe

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