MVA is proud to once again be a sponsoring partner for The Clearing House + Bank Policy Institute Annual Conference, which took take place in New York on November 19–21. Now in its ninth year, The Clearing House + Bank Policy Institute Annual Conference is the leading conference for key regulatory, legal, and payments issues facing America’s largest commercial banks. Held for two and a half days at The Pierre Hotel in New York, the TCH + BPI Annual Conference brings together the industry’s leading executives and thought leaders – C-suite financial services executives, policymakers, regulators, journalists and academics – to examine the continually evolving landscape for the country’s banks, to tackle the industry’s toughest issues, and to explore its biggest opportunities through thoughtful and fact-based dialogue. Financial Regulatory Advice and Response Team members Ed O’Keefe, Tom Pennington, and Kristina Whittaker attended.
Ed is the former Global General Counsel of Bank of America Corporation. Having also headed or served as a senior executive with Bank of America's compliance, technology, human resources, and operations functions, Ed’s broad ...
Tom represents financial institutions, and also advises fintech start-ups and clients in the investment management sector, with an emphasis on private fund formation and compliance. He has led and documented corporate ...
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