Financial Services Spotlight

January 2016 First Half Developments

Posted by Roy Andersen on Jan 15, 2016 12:00:00 PM

The CFTC wants to remove the requirement that certain foreign applicants provide fingerprints, while experts on security are advocating at the same time that there be greater sharing of fingerprint and other data to identify people between the U.S. and foreign countries.  The introduced the formula for this year for determining the banks that will be treated as global systemically important bank companies for purposes of the capital surcharges.

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Topics: Fingerprinting, Capital Surcharges, Global Banking, Foreign Banking, CFTC, Uncleared Swaps

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The Financial Services Spotlight examines the regulatory and technology developments impacting banks, asset managers and other financial services providers—where challenges meet opportunities.

 

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Roy C. Andersen, of counsel in Sullivan & Worcester's New York office, is a member of the Corporate Department. Mr. Andersen focuses on bank regulatory and compliance matters, including international banks and their branches and agencies in New York.

Joel Telpner, partner in the firm's New York office, is a seasoned advisor, strategist and problem solver. Mr. Telpner brings more than 30 years of legal experience in a career that includes time as an AmLaw 100 partner, the former U.S. general counsel of a global financial institution, and a venture capitalist. He is recognized for his ability to deftly manage complex financial transactions, especially those involving sophisticated structured finance and derivatives matters and has an extensive and unique combination of transactional and regulatory experience.

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