Feb. 22 Webcast: The Dodd-Frank Act — What Do the Federal Reserve’s Proposed New Prudential Standards Mean for Foreign Banks?

The Federal Reserve recently issued proposed rules under §§ 165 and 166 of the Dodd-Frank Act that would establish enhanced prudential standards for certain foreign banking organization’s branches in the United States. The proposed rules will likely require fundamental changes in the way that many foreign banks do business in the U.S., including new requirements that many foreign banks structure their U.S. operations through U.S. intermediate holding companies and meet enhanced capital and liquidity standards, detailed corporate governance, risk management mandates, and single counterparty credit limits.

Please join Alma Angotti, Director, Navigant, Global Investigations and Compliance practice; Jay Perlman, Director, Navigant, Global Investigations and Compliance practice; Jim Vint, Managing Director, Navigant, Disputes & Investigations practice; and Jeremy Newell, Counsel, WilmerHale, Financial Institutions Group as they address these issues and your questions in a free, one-hour webcast.

To attend this webcast scheduled for Friday, February 22, 2013 at 1 pm Eastern, please register below.
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