November 6, 2020
Charles Yi, former General Counsel of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, was one of the panelists.

A panel of experts – including law professors and corporate law attorneys – talked about the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act at a symposium called “Ten Years After the Dodd-Frank Act: Looking Back and Looking Forward: Part 1: Past is Prologue” sponsored by the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance.

The Oct. 28 panel was a first in a series of three seminars. The next session will be "Reform of Reform:  After Dodd Frank, What Comes Next?"  and the third and final program will be "Innovation in Financial Services." The Series has been underwritten by Bruce A. Ortwine, RLAW '81, General Counsel, Americas, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings, Inc., and a member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Corporate Law and Governance.

Panel members who spoke at the first event, talked about the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act and how it has influenced reactions to the current pandemic-related recession. The panel included: Jarryd Anderson, RLAW '11, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo & Co.; Thomas C. Baxter, Jr., Of Counsel, Sullivan & Cromwell, and former General Counsel and Executive Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; James P. Bergin, Deputy General Counsel and Senior VP of the Legal Group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and former chief of staff to New York Fed President William C. Dudley; Professor William Bratton, University of Pennsylvania School of Law; Professor Kathryn Judge, Columbia Law School; and Charles Yi, partner, Arnold & Porter, and former General Counsel of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Law 360 summarized the key points of the panel discussion. A full recording of it can be found here

The Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance is an interdisciplinary forum for research, analysis, and discussion of current issues in corporate law and governance. The Center launched in 2015 and serves as a resource for students, faculty, alumni, and the business and nonprofit communities.

The Oct. 28 panel was a first in a series of three seminars. The next session will be "Reform of Reform:  After Dodd Frank, What Comes Next?"  and the third and final program will be on  "Innovation in Financial Services." 
 

Rutgers Law Media Contacts:
Mike Sepanic (Camden); Elizabeth Moore (Newark)

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