The Dodd-Frank Reform Act & What It Means to You

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act represents a historic restructuring in the regulation of financial institutions.  This comprehensive reform bill will have substantial effects on all facets of the financial services industry.  The new law requires the development of numerous rules and regulations that will continue to evolve over time.

Join experts from Bryan Cave LLP and BKD, LLP to hear what this reform could mean for you now and in the future.  You will receive insight on specific provisions such as consumer compliance regulations, regulatory agency shifts, the Collins Amendment and other capital requirements.  Other changes covered include those to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation insurance, affiliate transaction and legal lending limits, private securities offerings and executive compensation.

If you are interested in attending, please register online for this free webinar.

The Presenters
Don Hutson is national industry partner for BKD National Financial Services Group and has more than 30 years of industry experience providing consulting in regulatory issues, profit planning, long-range strategic planning, regulatory report preparation and acquisitions as well as managing audits and directors’ examinations. He chairs the firm’s Financial Services Committee.
Sean Kulczycki is a member of BKD National Financial Services Group, leading the firm’s regulatory compliance team. He has more than 19 years of experience providing customized training on regulatory importance, assisting financial institutions with policy development and assisting clients with obscure regulatory requirements. Sean spent seven years with the FDIC, where he specialized in compliance and Community Reinvestment Act examinations.
Rob Klingler, an associate with Bryan Cave LLP’s Atlanta, Georgia, office, primarily focuses on public company securities compliance and raising capital. He advises public companies, including those on the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ, and private companies on securities-related issues, including report preparation, Section 16 compliance, proxy solicitations and going private transactions as well as corporate governance issues, including Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.