Vedder Thinking | Events Lessons from the Frontlines: What Bank Directors Can Learn from FDIC Failed Bank Litigation
October 24, 2012
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Central Standard Time
The Bank and Thrift Regulation and Enforcement group of Vedder Price invites you to participate in a complimentary 90-minute webinar covering the key elements of officer and director liability at banks where loan and other problems created a crisis that led to bank failure.
Executives at healthy banks need to know how this crisis has spawned new regulatory expectations and how well-advised institutions are responding to protect their executives. Problem banks and their executives will find this session of singular importance to their liability assessments.
Speakers include experienced Bank and Thrift Regulation and Enforcement group members James M. Kane, Randall M. Lending, Daniel C. McKay, II and Daniel O'Rourke. Joining the Vedder Price team will be Nick Ketcha, the former FDIC Director of Supervision and an independent regulatory consultant at FinPro Inc.
- Corporate Governance/Board Best Practices
- Enterprise Risk Assessment for Troubled Banks
- Developments in Board Member Protection
- Typical FDIC Claims/Targets
If you are concerned about these issues, merely curious or somewhere in between, please plan to attend. We also encourage you to share information about this event with anyone who might benefit from hearing the latest ideas on how to contend with the harshest enforcement environment in a generation.
Vedder Price is an Accredited Continuing Legal Education Provider in Illinois and New York. Assuming minimum CLE requirements are met, this program will offer 1.25 hours of Illinois CLE Credit and 1.5 hours of New York CLE Credit.