Regulatory Changes: Impact on Energy and Financial Service Companies

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Regulatory Changes: Impact on Financial Service and Energy Companies

This event is a part of the Putting Investors First Campaign 2017 at CFANY. The Putting Investors First campaign is a series of events held at over 100 CFA Societies around the world.

Tuesday, June 6th
4:30 pm – 8:00 pm

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Location

CFANY Conference Center
1540 Broadway #1010,
New York, NY 10036

 

Registration Deadline

Monday, June 5

Fees

Members $30
Nonmembers $70

Organizer

Nir Yarden

Marketing Sponsor

Host

Regulation & Market Integrity Group

Speakers

Bradley Ball, Financial Sector Strategist, UBS
Brian Golob, Principal, Conduct & Regulatory Risk Management, Greenwich Associates & Former Global General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Russell Investments (2009-2017)
Adam Gilbert, Risk and Regulatory Co-Leader, PwC Financal Services Advisory
Mark Menting, Partner, Financial Services Group, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Avi Garbow, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Former General Counsel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (2013-2017)
Diana Liebmann, Partner, Haynes & Boone, LLP (Power & Utilities)
George Hopkins,  Partner, Vinson & Elkins LLP  (Oil & Gas)

Moderator
Nir Yarden, Founder & Principal, Yarden Law Firm, LLC

Program Overview

Current and anticipated regulatory changes will have an important impact on two critical investment sectors: Energy and financial services. If you invest in, perform financial analysis on or work at energy or financial service companies, it’s imperative that you be aware of the latest regulatory changes occurring in Washington, DC and at a state level in order to assess what opportunities and risks these changes present to the companies you follow, invest in or work at.

On Tuesday, June 6, the Regulation and Market Integrity Thought Leadership Group will sponsor two panel discussions made up of leading experts in both sectors to discuss current and anticipated regulatory changes impacting these sectors to help CFANY members assess those opportunities and risks.

The Financial Service Panel will discuss investment considerations associated with current proposed regulatory relief for midsized/smaller banks, targeted Dodd-Frank ACT rollbacks, DOL fiduciary rule implementation issues and the emergence of “shadow banking” sector and its impact on traditional bank business lines. The Energy Panel will discuss practical issues associated with the current rollbacks in energy and environmental regulations, issues with respect to the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord and energy infrastructure and pipeline initiatives.

Agenda

4:30 – 5:00PM Registration

5:00 – 5:10PM Opening Remark: Nir Yarden, Principal, Yarden Law Firm, LLC and Chair, Regulatory and Market Integrity Group

5:10 – 6:10PM Financial Services Industry Panel

Moderator
Nir Yarden,
Founder & Principal, Yarden Law Firm, LLC

Panel
Bradley Ball, Financial Sector Strategist, UBS

Brian Golob, Principal, Conduct & Regulatory Risk Management, Greenwich Associates & Former Global General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Russell Investments (2009-2017)

Adam Gilbert, Risk and Regulatory Co-Leader, PwC Financal Services Advisory

Mark Menting, Partner, Financial Services Group, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

6:10 – 7:10PM Energy/Environment Industry Panel

Moderator
Nir Yarden,
Founder & Principal, Yarden Law Firm, LLC

Panel
Avi Garbow
, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Former General Counsel, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (2013-2017)

Diana Liebmann, Partner, Haynes & Boone, LLP (Power & Utilities)

George Hopkins,  Partner, Vinson & Elkins LLP  (Oil & Gas)

7:10 – 7:15PM Closing Remark: Harumi Urata-Thompson, CFA

7:15PM Networking

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