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The ABCs of Banking Law

April 2, 2014 (Wednesday)
Mayer Brown LLP, Charlotte, NC
CLE Credit: 7 General Hours

About the Program

The University of North Carolina School of Law's Center for Banking and Finance is proud to sponsor the ABCs of Banking Law, a continuing legal education program that focuses on the basics of banking law for lawyers.

This program is designed to provide an introduction to the banking law regulatory structure. It is designed for young attorneys and those who desire a basic framework in banking law, including in-house bank attorneys who do not work directly on bank regulatory issues, and business lawyers who want to understand how banking law impacts the banks with which their clients interact. Others who might benefit from the program include bank examiners and risk and compliance professionals.

On April 3-4, the Center for Banking and Finance will sponsor the annual Banking Institute at the Ritz-Carlton in Charlotte. Consider signing up for this more advanced program after you have the basics in hand! If you sign up for both programs, you will receive a $50 discount on registration for the Banking Institute.

Please join us April 2 at the Charlotte Office of Mayer Brown for the 2014 ABCs of Banking Law: Get the Basics.

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 play a leadership role in the continual evolution of the financial services industry.

The Center studies the legal and policy issues related to banking and finance, advances the teaching of these important areas, and sponsors conferences for industry professionals. The Center is directed by Wells Fargo Term Professor of Banking Law Lissa Broome and guided by a distinguished board of advisors.

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