In this program, attorney Kathleen Scott, of Norton Rose Fulbright, provides an updated overview of how and why non-U.S. banks establish operations in the United States. Here, she addresses the entry process by which non-U.S. banks enter the United States as well as permissible activities and powers of U.S. offices of non-U.S. banks. Ms. Scott also outlines the variety of administrative enforcement actions such an office might face and discuss the process banks undergo to exit the United States, whether voluntarily or involuntarily. Additionally, Ms. Scott will cover the Dodd-Frank Act considerations that every attorney must consider when practicing in the banking sector.
Great presenter! Clear presentation of difficult material.
Well done summary.
Thanks for a most efficient and enjoyable presentation.
This dynamic speaker jam packs this program with complex content expertly explained in a clear manner. The presenter skillfully supplies an overview of how and why non-U.S. banks launch operations in the United States (U.S.); ably considers the process whereby non-U.S. banks enter America; competently conveys permissible activities and powers of non-U.S. banks; proficiently highlights applicable regulatory issues; adeptly outlines various administrative enforcement actions that U.S. offices of a non-U.S. bank might encounter; capably discusses the process banks undergo to (voluntarily or involuntarily) exit the U.S.; and knowledgeably touches upon Dodd-Frank Act provisions that every attorne
presenter was very knowledgeable