The DC Bar invites you to join us at GWU Law School for a daylong program, with workshop panels led by senior regulators, legal experts, market participants, and leading academics, who will analyze the new regulations for derivatives. We have arranged a CONSIDERABLE DISCOUNT for those DC Bar Members who want to attend this program.
Speakers will address both compliance issues and market opportunities presented by the derivatives market reforms under Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act. Featured Keynote Speakers are CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler and Futures Industry Association CEO Walter Lukken.
Other Speakers include:
o David Meister, Director, Enforcement, CFTC
o Matthew Daigler, Senior Special Counsel, Office of Derivatives Policy, SEC
o Umesh Gajria, Executive Director, Clearing Solutions, CME Group
o John Zecca, Senior Vice President, MarketWatch, NASDAQ
o Robert Burke, Managing Director, Global Futures and Derivative Clearing Services, Bank of America/ Merrill Lynch
o Sanjay Kannambadi, CEO and Global Head, BNY Mellon Clearing-A BNY Mellon Company
o Tom Callahan, CEO, NYSE LIFFE
o Christian Martin, CEO, Tera Exchange
o Dan Danello, Attorney, Venable LLP, former Senior Counsel at Fannie Mae
o Peter Malyshev, Counsel, Financial Institutions Group, Latham & Watkins
There will be LIMITED Seating for this event. Please click this link to REGISTER or for more information -- and see the attached postcard for details:
As a GWU Law School Program partner, the DC Bar as arranged for a considerable discount of 50% to its members who wish to attend this program. Please use the following code when registering: DCB850
Panelists will provide a practical analysis and understanding of the new regulations, including who is included and who is exempt. They will describe how banks and other market participants are transitioning to the new laws, and will help the audience to develop a thoughtful road map for addressing derivatives-related risk management programs, swap reporting requirements, liquidity assessments and collateral management.
This program is the inaugural program in C-LEAF's Senior Executive College workshop series. This new series of programs will provide senior business and finance professionals with cutting-edge presentations by leading policymakers, practitioners and academics on important current issues.
This all day non-catered program is cosponsored by the Securitization and Project Finance Committee of the Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section, the Futures Industry Association and the George Washington University.
George Washington University, Marvin Ctr
805 21st Street, NW
Jack Morton Auditorium
Washington DC 20052
- Sections Office 202-626-3463
- CLE Credit
Follow the link above to register $0.00