Bank Examinations and Enforcement Actions
March 26, 2020
Banks are subject to frequent and highly intrusive regulatory examinations relating to every aspect of their operations, including their financial condition, as well as their consumer compliance, information technology, and anti-money laundering functions. In this webinar, John and Jessica will discuss the various government agencies that examine banks and their holding companies, and describe the different kinds of examinations to which those organizations are subject. They also will explore the types of enforcement actions that those agencies can impose on banking institutions and their institution-affiliate parties as a result of those examinations.
- John M. Geiringer, Barack Ferrazzano Kirschbaum & Nagelberg LLP, Chicago, IL
- Jessica M. Shannon, Buckley LLP, Washington, DC
Presented by: Banking Law Committee
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