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AICPA/SIFMA FMS National Conference on the Securities Industry 2012 Live

Challenges Related to Implementation of the Volcker Rule - A Panel Discussion

Nov 29, 2012 3:55pm ‐ Nov 29, 2012 5:10pm


When Dodd-Frank was enacted, it included a provision that prohibits “proprietary trading” by certain banks and their affiliates—popularly referred to as the “Volcker Rule.” Since then, the U.S. banking agencies have proposed rules that include specific requirements designed to determine, among other things, what transactions should be treated as proprietary trades. These proposals would require a lot of effort by securities firms to comply, and include extremely detailed data mining and complex quantitative risk analysis. Our panel of experts will explain those requirements and provide insight on what their clients are doing to prepare.


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