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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

8:45 AM - 9:30 AM

FACT VS. FICTION: DODD FRANK AND M&A

Dean Anason, Assistant Managing Editor, AMERICAN BANKER
Timothy W. Long, Managing Director, New York Office, PROTIVITI
John F. Vogel, Deputy Regional Director, Risk Management - New York Region, FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Mark W. Olson, Co-Chair, TRELIANT RISK ADVISORS
John Dugan, Partner, COVINGTON & BURLING LLP

The very words “Dodd-Frank” strike fear in many bankers, and the financial reform law’s various supervisory thresholds have been said to slow some bank M&A activity and hasten other deals. Current and ex-regulators on this panel separate the myth from the reality when it comes to which parts of Dodd-Frank buyers and sellers should care about, and they deconstruct regulators’ recent handling of headline-grabbing deals.

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