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Announcing All Things FinReg Blog: Your Guide To Regulatory Challenges

December 04, 2015

When the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) releases its latest report or the federal banking agencies issue a new regulation or policy, you want to know about it. Stay ahead of changes in the global financial regulatory landscape with our new All Things FinReg blog, which serves up timely, concise reports on the latest banking and financial regulatory developments affecting your business. Prepared specifically for banks and non-bank financial intermediaries, the blog features content from lawyers from our financial services regulatory team and other related financial services practice areas.

Morgan Lewis counsels US and global banking organizations, and other financial services organizations, on the principal regulatory issues affecting their operations in today’s highly regulated environment. Our clients turn to us for the depth and diversity of our regulatory knowledge across the financial services industry—including banking, payments, securities, commodities, asset management, insurance, and general financial services—and the strength and currency of our extensive market knowledge. In addition to assistance with regulatory application, interpretive, supervisory, examination, compliance, and enforcement issues, we support the activities of diversified financial services firms in their core internal operations and governance activities. Our work complements and leverages the firm’s strengths in securities, asset management and fiduciary, insurance, retirement and employee benefits, and financial services litigation.

The primary contributors to All Things FinReg are Washington, DC, partner Charles Horn; Boston of counsel Melissa Hall; and Morgan Lewis Consulting of counsel Nicholas Gess, also from the Washington, DC, office. From time to time, colleagues focused on broader investment management services and guest bloggers from other service areas will also contribute valuable perspectives on the topic.

Come back often for up-to-date insight and analysis or subscribe to receive alerts of new posts.