January 11, 2022
Cadwalader Financial Services attorneys Steven Lofchie and Scott Cammarn today lectured at the Institute of International Bankers’ (IIB) annual “U.S. Regulatory & Compliance Oreintation Program,” which provides an overview of the regulatory and compliance requirements applicable to the U.S. operations of internationally headquartered banks, including information about the examination process.
As part of the panel, “Key Compliance Issues for International Banks,” Lofchie addressed swap rules, while Cammarn covered the Volcker Rule.
Lofchie advises financial institutions on regulatory issues and financial instruments. His regulatory practice encompasses the securities laws, the CEA and related bankruptcy issues. His transactional practices focuses on securities credit and derivative transactions. He is also the founder and manager of the Cadwalader Cabinet, an acclaimed legal website.
Cammarn’s practice focuses on regulatory matters, mergers & acquisitions, legislation, transactions, and training. He represents a number of national and international financial institutions, and has practiced before the Federal Reserve, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and numerous state banking departments.