May 25, 2016 | 2PM ET | 1 hour | Online | by Chatham Financial | Recording Available

 

Global regulation under Dodd-Frank and EMIR have significantly impacted how companies hedge their risk creating new challenges and unanswered questions. This webinar will provide both a baseline refresher on Dodd-Frank and EMIR compliance through the lens of case studies and business scenarios faced by companies to meet regulatory obligations and the impact on business initiatives.

 


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In this webinar, Chatham will cover the following learning objectives:
– Re-establish baseline understanding of Dodd-Frank and EMIR compliance
– Learn about recent advocacy efforts and upcoming compliance obligations
– Learn about recent advocacy efforts and upcoming compliance obligations

 

Speakers:
Matt Hoffman is a member of Chatham’s Global Sponsors team, primarily advising corporate private equity sponsors and portfolio companies with regard to ISDA Agreements and compliance with applicable global derivatives regulation, including the Dodd-Frank Act and EMIR. Prior to joining the Global Sponsors team, Matt served as Chatham’s director of corporate regulatory advisory. Previously, Matt worked with the Benjamin Ross Group as a mergers and acquisitions advisor to the owners of privately held small businesses. Prior to that, he was an associate attorney with Duane Morris LLP, specializing in business reorganization and financial restructuring. Matt is a cum laude graduate of Brandeis University, where he earned a BA in Economics, and holds a JD from Columbia Law School, where he received the Outstanding Student Award from the Clinical Legal Education Association.

 

Ankur PatelAnkur Patel is a member of Chatham’s Hedge Advisory team, focusing on derivative and regulatory documentation review and negotiation for financial institutions. Prior to joining Chatham, Ankur practiced law as a commercial and civil rights litigation attorney. Previously, Ankur worked for Target Corporation as a Business Analyst in their Merchandise Planning Division, where he focused on inventory strategy. He obtained his BA in Economics from Bucknell University, JD from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and LLM (Masters) in Business and Finance Law from The George Washington University Law School.