Goodbye Too Big To Fail, Hello Orderly Liquidations & Living Wills: How Large Financial Companies and the Markets Will Adapt
A Webinar Presented by Dechert LLP
November 30, 2011
The Dodd-Frank Act establishes the government’s authority to resolve the nation’s largest financial organizations, in order that none of them may be viewed as too big to fail. It also requires large bank holding companies and systemically important financial institutions to prepare living wills that are acceptable to regulators. Our panel will discuss:
How would an orderly liquidation be triggered?
What would an orderly liquidation mean for shareholders, creditors and counterparties?
What resolution tools are available to regulators?
What are regulators looking for in a living will?
What strategies should a company follow to prepare a living will?
What special considerations apply to foreign-based financial organizations?
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