Fundamentals of Banking Law

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Chicago-Kent College of Law is pleased to sponsor Fundamentals of Banking Law (formerly Banking Law Basics), an intensive 2-day program designed to familiarize participants with the basics of bank regulatory law, including the critical policies, concepts, and regulations that have shaped over 150 years of banking law from the passage of the 1863 National Bank Act to the present. This course reviews the fundamental themes of banking regulation and introduces what has changed since the financial crisis and the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act and Basel III capital rules.

Program participants will gain an understanding of:

  • Bank regulatory structure, themes, and applicable law
  • Powers of banks
  • Holding companies and concepts of control
  • Capital and liquidity requirements
  • M&A and the application process
  • Prudential regulation (Regulations O and W, and loans to one borrower)
  • The examination process and regulatory enforcement tools
  • Failing banks and receivership
  • FinTech relationships
  • The role of the banking sector in preventing money laundering and terrorism financing (AML-BSA-OFAC)
  • Ethical considerations in the representation of financial institutions

Discount Codes:  CK Faculty + Staff (CKCOMP) and CK Students (CKCLE1)

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