Issues : Legal
Should everyone be subjected to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new mortgage rules?
Bank attorneys discuss whether the big banks should be dismantled for the sake of the U.S. economy.
Weil attorneys Derrick Cephas and Dimia Fogam talk about New York’s ring-fencing law, which allows creditors to lay claim against the New York assets of foreign banks.
In an interconnected world, are Europe’s problems our own? We asked legal experts their take.
Sullivan & Cromwell attorneys discuss the many things that remain unresolved under the new regulatory regime.
Bank attorneys by and large think Basel III will hurt lending.
Since a good relationship with regulators is paramount, Bank Director polled attorneys and former regulators on what they found to be the best “first steps” in achieving this.
Bank Director asks attorneys for their opinions on when a bank should hire its own in-house legal expert.
Attorneys weigh in on the role they think international acquirers will play over the next two to three years.
We asked legal experts whether they thought the Volcker rule would serve its purpose of lowering the risk profiles for large banks. Their answer? A resounding no.