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Dodd-Frank Seminar
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When: 1/23/2015
Where: Offices of Skadden Arps
4 Times Square
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Andy Lebron

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This full-day seminar will provide a comprehensive review and discussion of Dodd-Frank Act issues of interest to foreign banks operating in the United States.  The program will cover the following:

Enhanced Prudential Standards Under Section 165

Discussion topics for this panel will include: intermediate holding company (IHC) formation issues; potential impediments posed by home country structural reform proposals; establishing a risk committee with a dual mandate for both the IHC and the branch(es); establishing a U.S. risk committee of the global board; the role of the independent risk committee member(s); the role of the U.S. Chief Risk Officer; IHC capital planning and stress testing requirements; U.S. liquidity buffer requirements; and capital, liquidity and stress testing requirements that apply globally on a consolidated basis.

Volcker Rule: Proprietary Trading Ban
Discussion topics for this panel will include: the impact of the proprietary trading ban on the Treasury function and cross-currency swaps; the ban’s impact on offshore trading in foreign government securities; CEO attestation requirements; metrics reporting; and market making and SOTUS exceptions.

Volcker Rule: Covered Funds

Discussion topics for this panel will include:  SOTUS and its application to third party funds with U.S. investors; and the Volcker Rule’s impact on foreign public and private funds.

Title VII
Discussion topics for this panel will include: cross-border regulation of swap dealers and major swap participants; SEF trading; CCP recognition; margin requirements; and substituted compliance.

Assessment of Prospects for Legislative Changes to Dodd-Frank

Washington representatives of IIB member banks will discuss the prospects for legislative changes to Dodd-Frank in the new Republican-controlled Congress, including in particular a possible increase in the $50 billion SIFI threshold.  The panel will also assess developments regarding reform of the shadow banking system.

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