Greetings from the Chair!
We hope that you will enjoy the Winter 2020 edition of the Banking Law Committee Journal! In this edition, you will find four timely and informative articles:
- Dodd-Frank 2.0: The Contours of the Policymakers’ Debate - Arthur S. Long, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP
- Tee Up Your OFAC Compliance Commitments: Pillars, Critical Factors, and Essential Components - Stephanie R. Hager and Frank A. Mayer, III, Stevens & Lee
- Accounts That Go Up in Smoke: To Bank or Not to Bank, the Marijuana Industry - Adrian Snead, Holland & Knight LLP and Logan Hill, University of Mississippi School of Law
- Banks’ Enhancements In Risk Management Provide a Prudential Backstop In This Deregulatory Cycle - Alexander Dill, University of California Los Angeles
Once again, thank you to the authors for submitting articles on such interesting topics. I also wish to thank Banking Law Committee Journal Chair Juan Sempertegui, Editorial Board Member André Cotten, and BLC Content Director Andrew Samuels for their efforts in compiling the Journal.
The Banking Law Committee Journal is always looking for articles for future editions! Articles should be between 500 to 1,500 words and on a substantive topic that is of interest to Committee members. If interested, please reach out to Juan Sempertegui (Juan.Sempertegui@BofA.com).
Jonice Gray Tucker
Chair, ABA Banking Law Committee