Recorded: October 23, 2012
Length: 60 Minutes
Compliance management systems (CMS) are broken. As a result, good banks with good teams are experiencing adverse regulatory ratings and the resulting consequences. Significant differences have developed related to the hot button issues of the various regulators. Behind it all, the CFPB is pushing its agenda. This program will cover the points of emphasis for each regulator, how to address the current compliance environment, and the pillars of a quality CMS.
Speaker: Peter G. Weinstock
Peter Weinstock, Co-Practice Group Leader of the national firm of Hunton & Williams. Peter's practice focuses on corporate and regulatory representation of small ($10-15 million) to mid-size (several billion dollars) financial institutions. The attorneys in Peter's practice have represented:
- approximately 5% of all purchasers of failed banks,
- more banks in M&A transactions than any firm over the last 12 years, and
- banks in literally hundreds of capital offerings and negotiations of administrative actions.
For the past 14 years, Peter has served as co-editor of ICBA's, "Subchapter S: The Next Generation" newsletter. He is the author of numerous articles in law and banking publications. His article, "Acquisitions of Failed Banks - Present Risk and Opportunity," was voted the second best article appearing in The Risk Managers Association Journal of 2011. He has spoken at over 125 banking conferences and seminars, including for over the last ten years, ICBA's annual conference.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate