The San Francisco Bank Attorneys Association will hold a panel on Feb. 11 on regulatory developments under the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, as well as related implementation and compliance challenges facing the financial services industry.
The meeting will be hosted in partnership with the Financial Women of San Francisco and Financial Institutions Committee of the California State Bar Business Law Section.
Speakers include Cynthia Course, the principal of banking supervision and regulation at the Federal Reserve of San Francisco; William L. Harvey, the senior vice president and head of Union Bank’s global capital markets and corporate banking compliance division; Walter J. Mix, the director of Berkeley Research Group’s financial services practices group; John D. Wright, chief regulatory counsel for Wells Fargo; William F. Kroener, counsel for Sullivan & Cromwell; and Gerald Tsai, the director of applications and enforcement at the Federal Reserve of San Francisco.
The panel will open at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 11. Individuals wishing to attend the panel are required to RSVP by Feb. 6.