Cambridge Forum on Financial Institutions Enforcement

May 18 - 19, 2017
Greenwich, Connecticut

On May 18 and 19, Nicolas Bourtin chaired the two-day Cambridge Forum on Financial Institutions Enforcement, held at The J House in Greenwich, Connecticut. On May 18, Nicolas moderated a roundtable discussion titled “DOJ Perspective.” The session explored developments in DOJ enforcement and corporate criminal law. On May 19, Nicolas participated in a session titled “When Enforcement Gets Political: Congressional, Parliamentary & State Attorneys General Investigations,” which covered considerations involved in recent examples of U.S. Congressional and U.K. Parliamentary investigations and hearings, as well as the unique aspects of state attorneys general investigations. Alexander Willscher and Stephen Meyer also attended the conference. The Forum is a meeting of leading outside counsel and in-house litigators from major firms and financial institutions in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe and Hong Kong who gather to discuss recent developments in enforcement actions brought against financial institutions. Nicolas has chaired this conference for the past four years.