21st Century Reform: How Will Possible U.S. Regulatory and Legislative Developments in the Financial Services Industry Affect Financial Institutions Based in the UK?

Cadwalader's London office hosted an in-depth discussion on the changing landscape of U.S. financial services regulation under the Trump Administration from a UK perspective, featuring partners from Cadwalader's U.S. and London capital markets and regulatory groups.

The discussion covered the following areas:

  • Legislative proposals that could substantially change U.S. banking regulatory structure, such as the CHOICE Act, the Hoenig proposal and potential amendments to Dodd-Frank
  • Changes to the U.S. banking regulators under the Trump Administration and their jurisdictional reach
  • Potential changes to the Volcker Rule
  • The future of consumer regulation and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)


March 26-27: 5th Annual Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference

Partner Chris Gavin will speak on a panel addressing "Securitization & Cash Execution."

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