Alston & Bird continued its teleseminar series on the more sweeping and immediate reforms promised by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Dwight Smith, Mark Kanaly, Christina LaVera and Joe Yesutis of Alston & Bird's Bank Regulatory Practice conducted a session on the establishment of new consumer protection authority, the new requirements related to mortgage lending, and modifications to safety and soundness regulation of all institutions that control depositories. The panelists addressed the following topics, among other items.
- The creation of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
- Transition of oversight and examination authority
- The imposition of a range of prudential requirements on banks, thrifts, their holding companies, certain nonfinacial holding companies and their affiliates
- Expanded supervisory authority of the Fed over functionally regulated subsidiaries
- Revisions to TILA and RESPA
- New rules on mortgage product marketing and servicing
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August 10, 2010
1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT