S&C Financial Services Leaders Speak at the FT US Banking Forum 2019: Building Resilience for a New DecadeOctober 24, 2019
The financial services sector is facing global decelerating growth. And as the U.S. banking sector prepares for the next decade, it faces pressure from increased competition, uncertainty over tech regulation, the threat of cyber-attacks and the costs of digital transformation, among other challenges.
S&C proudly sponsors FT US Banking Forum 2019: Building Resilience for a New Decade, held in New York City on October 24. At the event, S&C senior chairman Rodgin Cohen and financial services partner Beth Davy discussed the future of banking with regulators and other panelists from across the global financial services sector. Their conversations addressed the place that U.S. banks hold in the global financial ecosystem and how this will change over the next decade.
H. Rodgin Cohen
Senior chairman Rodgin Cohen is at the vanguard of critical issues and developments affecting financial institutions. His practice focuses on acquisitions, regulatory, enforcement and securities law matters for U.S. and non-U.S. banking and other financial institutions and their trade associations, and corporate governance matters for a wide variety of organizations. Chambers USA says “nothing compares to the amount of trust that the industry places in him.”
Beth Davy is a partner in our Financial Services and Financial Services Litigation & Investigations groups and is co-head of the Economic Sanctions and Financial Crime Group. Her practice focuses on bank regulation and supervision, regulatory enforcement matters and internal investigations. She is widely recognized as a leading expert in the areas of anti-money laundering, and economic sanctions compliance and enforcement. She has represented numerous financial institutions in high-profile global investigations involving multiple U.S. government agencies, as well as public and non-public regulatory enforcement matters. Chambers USA says she is “praised for her extensive experience of enforcement actions and internal investigations.”