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AI and E-Discovery: Promises, Problems, and Procedures

Content Provider
American Law Institute CLE
Product
CLE
Run Time
62 Minutes
Recording Date
09/28/2023
Presenter(s)
Ronald J. Hedges, Ellen Bradley, Marissa J. Moran
Learning Method
On-Demand Training
Practice Area
Litigation, Social Media and Technology, Data Privacy and Cyberlaw
Persona
CLE OnDemand

Price $219.00

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Description

US federal banking regulators are working to implement more stringent capital requirements on larger banks, with long-awaited, jointly proposed extensive revisions to guard against credit, market, and operational risk. The sweeping late July proposals – for banks with $100 billion (or more) in assets – are of critical importance, as the amount of capital a bank must maintain with respect to any particular loan, investment, or activity is often the most significant factor in determining whether the relationship is profitable – or even feasible.
With larger banking organizations required to hold more capital, might we see a decline in bank lending and bank trading activities? Will the Basel Endgame really be the end of capital rule changes? In this one-hour webcast, we’ll explore how these proposed changes may affect banks, counterparties in financial transactions, as well as those in the securitization industry.
Join three experienced banking and financial services practitioners as they provide some background on regulatory capital generally, and then explore what you need know about:
- Scope of application of the proposal
- Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income (“AOCI”) inclusion in capital
- Changes to credit risk requirements
- Leverage ratio framework
- Requirements for market, operational, and credit valuation adjustment (“CVA”) risk capital
- U.S. Global Systemically Important Banks (“G-SIB”) surcharge changes
- The transition period and possible next steps

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