Banks and their directors continue to face difficulties in this sluggish economy. Banks are experiencing increased regulatory oversight, borrowers are struggling and banks are hesitating to meet loan demand. On top of this, Dodd-Frank will add significant regulatory costs and compliance burdens. What do we do during times like these? Is change just around the corner?
The Banking and Financial Services attorneys of Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP invite you to join us as we discuss these issues and more. Please encourage your directors to attend as well. We will address topics including:
September 30, 20101:00 p.m. Registration1:30 p.m. Program4:50 p.m. Reception
Arizona Biltmore ResortAztec Room2400 E. Missouri AvenuePhoenix, AZ 85016
Michael TucciMike is a former senior FDIC attorney in our Washington, D.C. office. He advises numerous financial services companies on various regulatory, transactional and litigation issues involving commercial and mortgage banking and large portfolio and asset sales.
Bob MonroeBob chairs the firm's Financial Services Division. He serves as counsel to well over 200 financial institutions and is a frequent speaker on regulatory issues facing the financial industry.
Karen GarrettKaren's practice focuses on financial institution regulatory and operations matters. She has frequently worked with clients on product development, focusing on legal and compliance issues.
Mark HargraveMark's practice focuses on financial and commercial law matters, with special emphasis on issues involving payment systems, secured lending and regulatory compliance.
Mike LochmannMike represents banks, holding companies and other financial services companies in mergers and acquisitions, financial institution regulations, securities law, corporate law and financial transactions throughout the Midwest and on both coasts.
Jeff EkbomJeff Ekbom is a partner in our Financial Services Division and represents several Arizona and national banks and financial institutions in all types of transactions including commercial real estate loans.