Banking Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement: 10 Years Since the Financial Crisis
6pm on Thursday 16th May at the Reform Club, Pall Mall
On behalf of the Financial Services Lawyers Association and 3 Verulam Buildings, we would like to invite you to attend a panel discussion on ‘Banking litigation and regulation: 10 years since the crisis’.
The panel will be chaired by Adrian Beltrami QC, Joint Head of Chambers, 3VB, and is comprised of:
– Stuart Alford QC, partner, Latham & Watkins and former Head of the Banking Fraud Division, the SFO
– Caroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent at Financial Times
– Laura Durrant, partner, White & Case LLP and former Head of Litigation, Regulatory and Investigations, RBS plc
– Rory Phillips QC, 3VB and Counsel for the FCA and the PRA in the bank ring-fencing transfer scheme cases
– The Honourable Mr Justice Waksman, Judge of the Commercial Court, and formerly the Judge in charge of the London Circuit Commercial Court (the London Mercantile Court).
During the 90 minute seminar, the speakers will each look back at an aspect of the decade or so of ‘credit crunch’ litigation and the key regulatory events that arose out of the financial crisis of 2007-2008, following which the audience will have an opportunity to ask the panel questions about their experiences.
The event is taking place in the Library of the Reform Club, 104 Pall Mall commencing at 6pm on Thursday 16th May 2019. Registration will be from 6pm with the talks starting promptly at 6.30pm.
We very much hope that you will also be able to join members of 3VB for a drinks reception after the seminar.
If you are interested in attending the event and are not a member of FSLA, please contact email@example.com to join us.