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Eighth Annual Regulatory & Risk Update


Navigating the new financial landscape
Thomas Rollauer, Executive Director, Center for Regulatory Strategies Deloitte & Touche LLP
Deloitte’s eighth annual Financial Services Regulatory & Risk Update took place June 16, attracting a who’s-who crowd of industry leaders and executives from major financial services organizations. Three broad themes emerged, which were thoughtfully conveyed and explored via the program’s interactive dialogue.

Managing risks in a re-regulated world
Kevin Blakely, Independent senior advisor to Deloitte & Touche LLP's Banking and Securities Regulatory Practice
The plenary session at our June 16, eighth annual Financial Services Regulatory & Risk Update included a provocative discussion by an esteemed panel of financial services company executives on the challenging impacts of recent regulatory actions.

The new regulatory landscape: Third party risk management
Tim Ward
, Director, Deloitte & Touche LLP
At our eighth annual Financial Services Regulatory & Risk Update on June 16, a distinguished panel of banking industry leaders explored the broad topic of Third-Party Risk Management, with a special emphasis on growth within today’s evolving threat landscape.

Liquidity reform: What’s on the horizon?
Bob Maxant, Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
The much-anticipated panel discussion on Securities at Deloitte’s eighth annual Financial Services Regulatory & Risk Update offered a close look at regulations that have the potential to reshape processes, technologies, systems and business models throughout securities sector. 

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