Following up on our inaugural session on November 2, the Norton Rose Fulbright New York office’s second 40-minute financial services briefing is set for this Thursday, December 1. Each month, Norton Rose Fulbright’s senior practitioners will provide interested in-house counsel and professionals with an insightful discussion on current regulatory trends within the financial services sector.
The briefings will stick strictly to a 40-minute format, over a provided lunch, and begin at 12:00 PM sharp.
The December briefing will focus on the impact of the 2016 election and the outlook for financial services regulation and policymaking by the new administration. With Donald Trump winning the White House, and the Republicans retaining majorities in the Senate and House, changes to the financial services regulatory landscape are coming.
Topics will include:
- Fate of the Obama legacy – Dodd-Frank repeal, DOL fiduciary rule, CFPB and FSOC reforms, and more
- What the new administration’s agenda may portend for the SEC, CFTC, Federal Reserve, CFPB, and other financial regulatory agencies
- The President-elect’s financial services team
- Key players in Congress
- The state of the opposition
Dawn Stump, Principal, Stump Strategic
Justin Daly, Daly Consulting Group
Michael Loesch, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Upcoming topics will include:
- January 5 – Fintech: Smart contracts and regulating for innovation
- February 2 – DOL fiduciary rule: Update and concerns regarding implementation
Please register here for the December 1 and other upcoming 40 minute briefings.