Regulation of Banks in the U.S.

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Price: $349
Total Credits: 30.5
Ethics & Specialty Credits: 8.75
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  • Description
    Offering a comprehensive overview of the significant bank regulatory laws beginning in the Great Depression and stretching through to the 2010 Dodd Frank Act, this CLE course will explain all aspects of bank regulation in the US. The course will explain the state and federal agencies that have jurisdiction over banks and a variety of the regulatory compliance requirements including Dodd Frank Act requirements. Trends in governmental enforcement action against banks, recurring cycles of deregulation which result in financial crises and the role of in-house counsel and compliance function to ensure regulatory compliance will all be reviewed.
  • Instructor Bio

    Bruce Ortwine

    Bruce Ortwine has more than 37 years of experience in banking and corporate law, both as an attorney in two major New York City law firms and as General Counsel, Americas for a major Japanese bank, where he also serves as Adviser, Global Legal and Compliance for its global operations. He has extensive experience in both sophisticated financial transactions and regulatory requirements concerning the banking business in the U.S. He has published numerous articles and spoken at numerous legal conferences in the U.S., U.K. and Japan. He is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Courses purchased through UnitedCLE.com are provided and fully accredited by The National Academy of Continuing Legal Education, an Accredited CLE Provider in Illinois. To view NACLE’s accreditation details, please click here.