August 15-17, 2016 (Monday-Wednesday)
UNC Charlotte Center City, Charlotte, NC
About the Program
The Financial Services Compliance Boot Camp is a new program for compliance professionals in the banking and securities industries with less than five years of experience. The program may also be of interest to attorneys and others who are considering careers in financial services compliance.
The program will be taught by experienced compliance professionals, many of whom serve on the Planning Committee, and many of whom are also attorneys. This three-day program is the result of extensive planning by the Planning Committee.
About the Center for Banking and Finance
The Center for Banking and Finance was established at the UNC School of Law on July 1, 2000. The Center was created to recognize and further the important role of banking and finance to the economy of North Carolina as well as the leadership role played by North Carolina-based financial institutions in the continuing evolution of the financial services industry.
Logistics and Registration
The registration fees are; $750/person, $600/person with 3-9 registrants from same company, $550/person with 10 or more registrants from same company, $550/person for UNC Law graduates, and $0 for current UNC Law students (space permitting). In the meantime, please contact Lissa Broome, email@example.com, 919.962.7066, to reserve a space. Seating is limited.
Speakers and Panelists - REGISTER NOW
The Financial Services Boot Camp is full. If you would like to be added to a waiting list for the program, please email Conrad Bortz, firstname.lastname@example.org. Speakers and panelists may still use the portal to register.
If your bank or firm is interested in being listed as a sponsor on program materials and reserving two registrations slot, please consider becoming a program sponsor. Sponsorships are available for $2,000. Please contact Lissa Broome, email@example.com, 919.962.7066, for more information.
Any North Carolina attorney attending will receive 19.50 hour(s) of CLE credit.