Jenner & Block

Demonstrating Resolvability of Systemically Important Banks,” The Clearing House 2015 Conference

Jenner & Block  Partner Richard Levin will speak at The Clearing House’s 2015 conference.  Titled  “Demonstrating Resolvability of Systemically Important Banks,”  the session will explore issues and challenges associated with the U.S. resolution planning process under Section 165(d) of Dodd-Frank (the so-called living wills requirement) and related credibility reviews conducted by U.S. authorities; discuss the FDIC’s efforts to build out its resolution powers under Dodd-Frank’s Title II Orderly Liquidation Authority; provide an analysis of key legal and regulatory developments, such as the minimum total loss absorbing capacity (TLAC) requirement and the ISDA protocol imposing automatic stays on derivative counter-party termination rights and related regulatory support measures; and identify relevant developments occurring outside of the U.S., including principally in the U.K. and Europe.  The conference will be held on November 18 in New York.

Mr. Levin is a member of the firm’s Bankruptcy, Workout and Corporate Reorganization Practice.  An author of the 1978 US Bankruptcy Code, he is an internationally recognized leader in complex bankruptcy litigation, transactional and special situations.  With nearly 40 years in the practice, Mr. Levin has gained a reputation as one of the foremost restructuring, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights lawyers.

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