Federal Reserve Bank President to Speak at Annual Banking Institute

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­­­­­­­­President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Va., Jeff Lacker, will address bankers and their lawyers, as well as UNC School of Law students, during the Center for Banking and Finance's annual Banking Institute. Lacker will be speaking about "A Program for Financial Stability."­

The Institute, a continuing legal education conference scheduled for March 29-30 in Charlotte, N.C., will host other speakers, including Roy Cooper, North Carolina attorney general; Robert J. Johnson Jr., general counsel, corporate secretary, and chief governance counsel at BB&T; and Margot Saunders, of counsel for National Consumer Law Center.

There will also be panel discussions on The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Dodd-Frank Act Regulatory Implementation, Basel III and Capital Under Dodd-Frank, The New Role of Community Banks and Thrifts, and Restructuring Commercial Loans.

-March 27, 2012

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