What The Volcker Rule Means for U.S. and Foreign Banks

January 28, 2014 - January 28, 2014
Arnold & Porter LLP and via Webinar
399 Park Avenue
New York, NY
After much delay, on December 10, 2013, the banking regulators, the SEC and the CFTC issued a joint final rule implementing the ban on proprietary trading and investing in or sponsoring a private investment fund - the so-called "Volcker" rule. Banks now will need to analyze the final regulations to determine how best to comply.
Recently, attorneys from Arnold & Porter LLP conducted a webinar on the specifics of the final Volcker rule and what banks should begin to do now to prepare for implementation.
Topics covered included:
* Overview of the rule
* Scope of the rule and covered activities
* Key differences from statutory text and 2011 proposal
* Exemptions
* Implementation timeline and issues
* Compliance programs

Meet the Speakers

David F. Freeman, Jr.
Arnold & Porter
Ellen Kaye Fleishhacker
Arnold & Porter
Daniel Waldman
Senior Counsel
Arnold & Porter
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