Financial Services Regulation Under the Biden Administration: What Will Change, What Will Remain the Same?
With the organization of the new Biden Administration, it is clear that policies employed by the Trump Administration will be reversed or modified. Leading these efforts will be many former Obama Administration officials returning to federal agencies and reassuming governing authority.
As this process develops, the operations of banks and other financial intermediaries may be affected as financial services policies are reversed or the emphasis on supervision and enforcement is revisited (once again).
Who Should Attend: C-Suite, Compliance Professionals, Risk Professionals
This presentation will address the following topics:
- Financial agency appointees by the Biden Administration
- Executive orders already taken to reverse or modify Trump approaches to governance
- Probable regulatory reviews and reversal of agency regulations and interpretations, and
- “Business as usual” regulatory initiatives adopted or proposed
Joe possesses a broad knowledge base regarding domestic and foreign banks and, savings associations, bank holding companies, finance companies, mortgage banking companies and their subsidiaries and affiliates. His practice includes providing financial intermediaries advice in the areas of regulatory and strategic planning, application and licensing, legislative strategy, commercial and consumer lending, examination, supervision and enforcement, and general corporate matters. Joe’s FDIC-insured financial institution clients benefit from his experience in the special state and federal statutory and regulatory requirements—including safety and soundness issues—that apply to regulated financial intermediaries. Joe is a partner in Dorsey’s Finance & Restructuring Group and a member of the Banking & Financial Instiutions Industry Group. He practices in both of the Firm’s offices in Southern California and Washington, D.C.
Tom counsels clients on ways to adapt financial products or services to changing rules, negotiate contracts and transactions, and address supervisory actions by the bank regulatory agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In both private practice and government service, Tom has worked on a range of bank regulatory issues and on projects relating to payments systems. He also advises fintech companies on compliance with federal and state laws that apply to a creditor or to a money transmitter. While serving at the Federal Reserve Board, Tom worked on several interagency rules; while serving at the Department of the Treasury, Tom worked as the principal attorney of the Department’s team to help draft the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010 (Title X of the Dodd-Frank Act). Tom is a partner in Dorsey’s Finance & Restructuring Group and a member of the Banking & Financial Instiutions Industry Group. He practices in the Firm’s office in Washington, D.C.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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