WebinarUnited Kingdom | November 25, 2020 | 08:30 - 09:30 GMT
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a severe impact on many business sectors, and financial institutions are no exception. Many firms are likely to encounter challenges of one form or another in coming months, as countries emerge from lockdown and seek to resume normal business at different times, and the applicable legal and regulatory regimes respond accordingly. Improvements made to the relevant regimes since the Global Financial Crisis, in addition to certain recent initiatives and regulatory responses, mean that there are a number of technical and practical issues for financial institutions and their advisers to consider as the situation develops.
This webinar series will explore these issues from several perspectives, with views and insights from our financial services regulatory and financial restructuring and insolvency lawyers, and professionals from some of the global accountancy firms with whom we work regularly.
Join us for a refresh and update on the relevant law and regulations, some insights into current practices, and a chance to ask the experts your questions.
Special resolution regime
For this webinar we will be joined by members of EY’s restructuring and insolvency team to provide an update on the special resolution regime. In this webinar, we will look at some key considerations for firms, with topics including:
- Overview of stabilisation tools
- Practical insights into regulatory approach
- Recovery and resolution plans/living wills
- Overview and use of bank insolvency and bank administration
- Cross-border issues/comparison with regimes in other jurisdictions
- Jonathan Herbst | Global head of financial services, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Hannah Meakin | Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Mark Craggs | Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Matt Thorn | Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Patrick Brazzill | Associate Partner, Ernst & Young
- Saleem Malik | Partner, Ernst & Young
- Ajay Rawal | Global Banking & Capital Markets Restructuring Leader, Ernst & Young