18th Banking and Finance Forum

Published by Mecklenburg County Bar


Summary

This program will cover:
LIBOR Transition
Paul Kurzeja (Bank of America)
Spencer Langston (Wells Fargo)
Julie Schell (Bank of America)
David Duffee (Mayer Brown)
Jeff Nagle (Cadwalader)

Legislative Developments in Banking & Finance
Chris DiAngelo (Katten Muchin & Rosenman)
Mike Flood (CREFC)
Rob Ellsworth (The Majority Group)

Issues in Consumer Banking
Jennifer Stokley (Wells Fargo)
Gavin Dowell (Ally)
Alexandra Villareal O’Rourke (Womble)
Larry Platt (Mayer Brown)

Regulatory Highlights
Scott Cammarn (Cadwalader)
Phil Wertz (Bank of America)
Grant Harbrecht (Fifth Third Bank)
John Stoker (Wells Fargo)
Brian Soja (MVA)

Originally Published

November 9, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • 18th Banking and Finance Forum: LIBOR - Part 1
  • 18th Banking and Finance Forum: Legislative Developments - Part 2
  • 18th Banking and Finance Forum: Issues in Consumer Banking - Part 3
  • 18th Banking and Finance Forum: Regulatory Highlights - Part 4

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