The Final Scene of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid…What Do We See Out There?
Date & Time
Thursday, June 13, 2019, 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
There can be litte doubt that the future for banking litigation and regulatory enforcement will involve an increase in complexity and cost, against the backdrop of a turbulent geo-political landscape and major shifts in markets.
Litigation risks and regulatory investigations will continue to renew themselves likely become more widespread across the financial services sector and litigation war chests will need to be replenished to cover the costs of disputes, funded class actions and regulatory fines.
This interactive session, which includes insights from a prominent economist as well as the client and practitioner perspectives, will look at what we have learned from the last 10 years of post - crisis litigation, and will horizon scan for the major issues and challenges that the industry and its lawyers will have to tackle over the coming period.
Jonathan Kelly, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
Andrew Smith, Former Chief Economist, KPMG
Deborah Finkler, Partner, Slaughter and May
Lawrence Domingo, Director and Litigation Counsel, Citi
Stephen Kingsley, Former Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting