This training program is designed to provide junior attorneys of BPI member institutions an overview of U.S. statutory, regulatory and supervisory requirements and expectations of banks and bank holding companies. As reflected in the agenda below, the goal is to provide attorneys with a background on the basic legal and regulatory structure for banking; an introduction to key regulatory issues they will likely face.

NYC Attorney Training

Jeremy Newell, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP

  • Bank Charter Types
  • Introduction to the Financial Holding Company Structure
  • Introduction to Prudential Regulation 
  • Principal Regulatory Authorities

Gregg Rozansky, Senior Vice President, Senior Associate General Counsel, Bank Policy Institute

  • Regulation of Large Financial Holding Companies and Tailoring 
  • Regulation of Insured Depository Institutions
  • Regulation of Expansionary Activities
  • Directions in U.S. Banking Law and Regulations

Bill Nelson, Executive Vice President and Chief Economist, Bank Policy Institute

  • The Bank Balance Sheet
  • Banking Issues in Current Public Policy
  • Prudential Regulation of Capital and Liquidity

ft. Greg Baer, Chief Executive Officer, Bank Policy Institute

  • MRAs (Matters Requiring Attention)
  • Enforcement Actions
  • Guidance on Guidance

ft. Gregg Rozansky, Senior Vice President, Senior Associate General Counsel, Bank Policy Institute

  • Overview of Current Supervisory Priorities
  • Corporate/Board Governance
  • Third Party Risk Management

ft. Chris Feeney, Executive Vice President and President of BITS, Bank Policy Institute

  • Cybersecurity
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Resiliency

ft. Naeha Prakash, Associate General Counsel and Senior Vice President for Consumer Regulatory Affairs, Bank Policy Institute

  • CFPB Authority and Jurisdiction
  • CFPB Structure & Organization
  • Key CFPB Regulations

1 BITS, the technology and cybersecurity policy division of BPI, also runs a board governance program focused on cybersecurity. This year, the program will include a meeting in the July timeframe for a handful of board directors, CIOs, CISOs and CROs to discuss board reporting and crisis response planning, as well as a meeting in the fall (likely November timeframe) for CEOs and board directors to discuss crisis response planning and share effective practices.


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