The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency recently announced a final rule that it says will modernize the Community Reinvestment Act, culminating a three-year effort to revamp the law’s 25-year-old regulatory framework.
This session discussed regulatory requirements and guidance, model definition, risk management, principles, components, model validation – deeper dive, regulatory expectations, and regulatory expectations.
Lawyers are trusted keepers of their client’s secrets, but sometimes a lawyer might suspect that the client is seeking the lawyer’s advice or assistance to carry out a transaction that is criminal or fraudulent.
This session discussed activities prohibited by OFAC’s sanctions, how to identify OFAC risks and build a compliance program that addresses them, a hypothetical breakdown and identify what went wrong, and regulatory expectations.
Orrick attorneys Daniel R. Alonso and Katy Ryan discussed what entities participating in the PPP should be thinking about, including state licensing implications, SBA approval and protocols, and the potential for future civil and criminal liability.
International Trade & Compliance partner Jeanine McGuinness will be speaking on a panel, "Special Focus on Venezuela and Cuba Sanctions – How to Move Forward While Continuing to Watch Out for Potential Landmines" at the upcoming ACI 10th Annual Forum on AML & OFAC Compliance for the Insurance ...
January.22.2020 - January.23.2020 | Park Lane Hotel, New York
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