Asset Backed Securities Reform Rules: Adoption & Implementation in 2015
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revised rules regarding the disclosure, reporting, and offering of asset backed securities (ABS) to enhance transparency, to further protect investors, and to augment capital in the securities market. The new rules include loan disclosure on residential and commercial mortgages and automobile loans; among others.
In this two-hour LIVE webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders assembled by The Knowledge Group will provide an over-view and discussion of the adoption and Implementation of the SEC Asset Backed Securities Reform Rules to help Investors, loan issuers, and banking authorities understand the important aspects of this significant topic.
Key topics include:
- Asset Backed Securities Final Rules
- Disclosure and Reporting Requirements
- Benefits and Risks
- Best Market Security Measures
- Eligibility for Shelf Offering
- Recent Adoption and Implementation Issues
- Non-Compliance Risks
Mayer Brown LLP
- Final Rules
- Regulation AB II [primarily SL, VG’s supporting slides included in attached deck]
- Credit Risk Retention [VG]
- Basel Securitization Framework [SL]
- Volcker Rule [VG]
- Liquidity Coverage Ratio [SL]
- Third Party Due Diligence [VG]
- Money Market Reform [SL]
- Proposed Rules
- Conflicts of Interest [SL]
- Margin for Uncleared Swaps [SL]
Who Should Attend:
- Banks and Financial Institutions’ Executives
- Banks Senior Management
- Investment Bankers
- Bank and Financial Institution Auditors
- Fund Managers
- Bank Regulation Lawyers
- Banking & Finance Lawyers
Vanessa is a finance partner in Reed Smith’s Financial Industry Group, who focuses on asset-based lending, securitization and other structured products, including financing of aircraft, rail and other equipment assets.
Vanessa's experience includes structuring and negotiating securitization and other financing arrangements, asset portfolio and company acquisition financings and joint venture arrangements, as well syndicated lending facilities. She regularly advises both underwriters and issuers/sponsors on ABS transactions, and has experience with ABS transactions backed by aircraft, rail assets, equipment loans and leases, residential mortgage loans and auto loans.
She has also worked extensively on restructurings and workouts of project financings, asset-based loans, and complex structured products and securitizations, as well as purchases/sales of distressed assets.
Vanessa is a finance partner in Reed Smith’s Financial Industry Group, who focuses on asset-based lending, securitization and other structured …
Stuart M. Litwin is a partner and co-head of the Structured Finance Practice at Mayer Brown LLP. Mr. Litwin also co-heads Mayer Brown’s Capital Markets Practice.
Stuart is one of the leading lawyers in the United States in the representation of originators, investment banks, ABCP conduit sponsors, hedge funds, commercial banks and investors (including mutual funds) in structuring, negotiating and documenting U.S. and international asset-backed and other securities transactions. His experience has involved the securitization of virtually all asset types, and he is recognized as an expert in the securitization and financing of retail and commercial auto loans and leases, FFELP and private student loans, dealer floorplan receivables, equipment leases and loans, global trade finance assets, rental cars, commercial and residential mortgages, cross border transactions, solar leases and power purchase agreements, synthetic risk transfers, money market fund investments and structured transactions in which banks and other clients seek advantageous treatment for accounting, regulatory capital or tax purposes. Mr. Litwin also regularly represents several funds, reinsurance companies and other investors in their “alternative investments” (i.e., unusual assets or finance companies which are more difficult to fund in securitization or banking markets).
Stuart M. Litwin is a partner and co-head of the Structured Finance Practice at Mayer Brown LLP. Mr. Litwin also …
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Method of Presentation:
On-demand Webcast (CLE)
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Areas of Professional Practices
2.0 CPE (Not eligible for QAS (On-demand) CPE credits)
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