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U.S. Regulations Implementing the Volcker Rule for Covered Funds (Part 1)

1h

Created on April 08, 2014

Intermediate

Overview

In the first program of a two part presentation, Fried Frank partner Christopher J. Bellini, head of the firm’s Financial Institutions Group, analyzes the joint agency regulations implementing the Volcker Rule’s restrictions on banking entities investing in, sponsoring, or advising covered private equity and hedge funds. The program explores what entities and activities fall within the ambit of the Volcker Rule. It also explains the exclusions that are available from being considered a covered fund and the applicability of the Volcker Rule to an excluded fund.

 

Learning Objectives:

I.   Grasp the Scope of the Volcker Rule for Covered Funds

II.  Know the Available Exclusions

III. Understand Potential Banking Entity Status When an Exclusion is Utilized

 

Program Attorney: Sigalle Barness

 

 

 

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