Banking Institute 2011

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Thursday, March 31, 2011

11:00 AM

8:30 PM

The Ritz-Carlton Charlotte

*Two day CLE conference*

The University of North Carolina School of Law's Center for Banking and Finance is proud to sponsor the 2011 Banking Institute, a continuing legal education program that focuses on important issues for bankers and their lawyers.

The Banking Institute is designed to provide the highest quality continuing education on cutting-edge issues related to banking law. The two-day program is the result of extensive planning by the Center's Board of Advisors, a distinguished group of banking law professionals from leading banks and law firms, and reflects the Board's commitment to provide one of the best banking CLEs in the country.  Confirmed speakers include Kelly King, the CEO of BB&T Corporation; Paul Reynolds, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer (overseeing legal) of Fifth Third Bancorp; and John D. "Jerry" Hawke, Arnold & Porter, former Comptroller of the Currency, former Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance, and former General Counsel of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with bank counsel, private practitioners, regulators, students and nationally recognized speakers in the industry. Participants will receive the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal, a collection of conference manuscripts as well as notes and comments on banking issues. The Journal is an invaluable reference for an in-depth treatment on recent developments of interest to banking lawyers.

Please join us March 31 and April 1 at The Ritz Carlton in Charlotte for the 2011 Banking Institute.  Registration will be available beginning January 10 at

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