The Banking Institute at UNC School of Law

Cadwalader is pleased to participate in the Banking Institute at UNC School of Law.

The University of North Carolina School of Law's Center for Banking and Finance is proud to sponsor the Banking Institute, a continuing legal education program that focuses on important issues for bankers and their lawyers. Students of the UNC School of Law may attend this program for free.

The Banking Institute is designed to provide the highest quality continuing education on cutting-edge issues related to banking law. The two-day program is the result of extensive planning by the Center's Board of Advisors, a distinguished group of banking law professionals from leading banks and law firms, and reflects the Board's commitment to provide one of the best banking CLEs in the country.

Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with bank counsel, private practitioners, regulators, students, and nationally recognized speakers in the industry. Participants will receive Volume 21 of the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal, a collection of conference manuscripts as well as notes and comments on banking issues. The Journal is an invaluable reference for an in-depth treatment on recent developments of interest to banking lawyers.

Jodi Avergun and Scott Cammarn will speak on the panel "Developments in AML and Sanctions Law," which covers hot topics in AML, including beneficial ownership requirements, the confluence of cyber-security and AML, best practices for BSA compliance, and the FinCEN 2017 regulatory agenda.