Regulatory Reform – What We Know so Far
OL112-17 | On Demand | Update | Self-Study
This session will discuss the current status of financial services reform. Discussion will cover both newly enacted, pending, and rescinded laws and regulations during the first several months of the new presidential administration.
This video was recorded at the 2017 Financial Institutions Conference.
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|1||Accounting and Auditing|
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Richard T. Hills, Esq.
Helping financial institutions reach their goals is the singular focus of Richard Hills’ legal practice. Whether representing a de novo community bank or a well-established bank holding company with regional operations, Richard has earned a reputation for his ability to solve problems for financial services clients with unique needs and specific strategic objectives.
Over a legal career spanning nearly two decades, Richard has played a critical role in helping financial services clients grow through mergers and acquisitions, stock and debt offerings and other capital raising activities. Richard assists financial institutions with corporate formations and restructurings, recapitalizations, corporate governance, and a host of complex regulatory issues. He also has extensive experience representing financial institutions in examinations, investigations and enforcement proceedings before federal and state financial institution regulatory agencies. Richard also represents public and private trust companies in Tennessee in the organizational process and in connection with ongoing operational matters.
Prior to joining Waller in 2014, Richard was a partner in the Financial Institutions Team of Womble Carlyle’s Capital Markets Business Group in Atlanta.Back to Facilitators