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Banking & Finance Biweekly Update: What's Left on the Regulatory Agenda? Open Financial Regulatory Reform Items for the Trump Administration

October 23, 2020
Coronavirus: Financial Services Webinar

We are expanding our webinar series focusing on the CARES Act Title IV emergency financing facilities and related programs established by the Federal Reserve to include additional developments affecting financial institutions, and the forces—legislative, regulatory, economic and technology—shaping them.

In this segment, the sixth in our expanded series, we cover open rulemaking items for regulatory reform—including, but not limited to CRA amendments, the DOL fiduciary rule and the FDIC brokered deposits rule—and the future of the Financial Stability Oversight Council and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, both of which have been dormant for four years but not statutorily disabled.

To help our clients navigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, Arnold & Porter has established a Coronavirus Task Force covering a wide range of issues and challenges. Subscribe to our "Coronavirus (COVID-19)" mailing list to receive our latest client Advisories and register for upcoming webinars.

Meet the Speakers

David F. Freeman, Jr.
Partner
Arnold & Porter
Christopher L. Allen
Partner
Arnold & Porter
Richard E. Baltz
Senior Counsel
Arnold & Porter
Howard L. Hyde
Counsel
Arnold & Porter
Douglas S. Pelley
Counsel
Arnold & Porter
Amber A. Hay
Senior Associate
Arnold & Porter
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