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January 15, 2021

ABA Business Law Section to host online derivatives and futures law conference

WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2021— Officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Federal Reserve Bank and the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority will join with leading experts and academics to discuss the latest enforcement developments and trends in Derivatives and Futures Law during the American Bar Association’s Virtual Derivatives and Futures Law Committee Winter Meeting to be held Jan. 28-29. This year’s event will be online due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.

Virtual Derivatives and Futures Law Committee Winter Meeting 2021
Sponsored by ABA Business Law Section

Thursday-Friday, Jan. 28-29


Scheduled programs include:

  • “Enforcement Developments: Parallel Criminal and Civil Actions”
  • “Managing Climate Risk and Other Unexpected Events”
  • “ESG — The D&I Components of the Social and Governance Factors in ESG”
  • “CPOs, CTAs and Investment Advisers”
  • “Swap Dealers and Security Based Swap Dealers”
  • “Clearing and Bankruptcy Risk”
  • “International Developments”
  • “Digital Dollar Project Discussion”
  • “End Users/Physical Commodities”
  • “Market Infrastructure and Access”
  • “Ethics in Derivatives and Futures Law”
  • “Crypto and Fintech Developments”

The complete schedule can be viewed online.

To register as media for the event, please contact Robert Robinson at [email protected].

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