Dates: May 2 - 3, 2024
Location: Greenwich, Connecticut
The Steering Committee welcomes 48 leading attorneys and senior in-house counsel personally selected from across the United States, and a select few from the United Kingdom and Europe, who are at the forefront of financial institution litigation. During the Sessions, high-level discussions are conducted between lawyers at banks who deal with enforcement matters and the major law firms who advise them.
Using candid, seminar-style discussions at this annual meeting, the group shares the most pressing issues they face on behalf of their clients or companies. Participants examine trends and developments in every jurisdiction to learn how others address these problems and work together to identify solutions. The group also has the opportunity to have meaningful discussions with key players from the Department of Justice and other regulatory bodies.
This elite group, comprised of experts in the field, personally nominates all invitees and develops the Agenda, which forms the basis of our discussions.
Andrew Stemmer is Deutsche Bank’s Deputy Global Head and Americas Head of Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement Group, and a Managing Director. Andrew has been at Deutsche Bank since 2013, prior to which he was associated with the law firm Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP, where he focused on securities, complex commercial disputes and bankruptcy.
Monica holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Media Studies from Western University in London, ON. Before joining Cambridge Forums, she spent five years working as a Senior Production Manager; leading agenda/program development and speaker acquisition for corporate conferences across North America. With a passion for project management, client relations, and event development, Monica looks to deliver and achieve great success in the Forum Director role. Outside of the office, Monica can be found at her local Spin studio doing a workout class, planning her next travel adventure, and enjoying time with her family and friends.
Built on meaningful interactions and genuine connections, the Forum is the premiere gathering for preeminent leaders, from leading law firms and banks from the United States and Europe, who specialize in financial institutions enforcement.
"The Forum provides a unique opportunity to discuss and consider topics affecting financial institutions from multiple vantage points. Whether in-house counselor or private practice, everyone can benefit from the exchange of ideas with this incredible group."Jacqueline Carle Chief of Bank Staff to US General Counsel of TD TD Bank New Jersey
"Most relevant and topical "conference" that I attend all year. Great exposure to the counsel who is trying the cases you read about in the financial press or resolving enforcement matters on behalf of financial institutions. Wonderful networking opportunity with fellow in-house counsel."Krista Ellis Head of Litigation, Enforcement, and Investigations Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank New York
"I look forward to the Forum all year round. It is a gathering of friends and colleagues who engage; a day and a half of high-level discussions about the most significant issues facing financial institutions today. I always come away from the panel with new friends, having reconnected with old friends, having learned an enormous amount, and having had a wonderful time. I feel privileged to be included in this fantastic group year after year."Nola B. Heller Partner Milbank LLP New York
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