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Financial Services Regulation: Banking (Compliance) - USA - Nationwide
"Hugh has an amazing ability to explain very complicated matters in simple terms and find creative solutions to very complex problems.""He really puts his clients first. It's not just a recitation of the rules - he understands us and our business, providing very targeted and strategic advice which is unique to us and our needs. He also has deep relationships in the regulatory community."
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Hugh Conroy’s practice focuses on bank and bank holding company regulatory issues, and he provides advice to both U.S. and non-U.S. financial institutions on a range of related issues.
He currently devotes a significant portion of his practice to advice and advocacy regarding the Dodd-Frank Act and rules promulgated thereunder, including those related to capital, liquidity, the Volcker Rule, and banking regulation of derivatives and securities financing transactions.
His practice encompasses bank and bank holding company regulatory issues arising out of complex structured finance transactions; derivative and structured derivative products; securities and commodities trading; new products and activities; mergers and acquisitions; private equity investments; and internal corporate reorganizations.
J.D. (Kent and Stone Scholar), Columbia University School of Law (1996); B.A., summa cum laude, College of William and Mary (1992).
New York Bar; American Bar Association Banking Law Committee.
Hugh presents on bank regulatory issues and current events in the banking industry at conferences sponsored by the American Bankers Association, the American Bar Association, the Financial Markets Association, and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, and has been a guest lecturer on bank regulatory matters at Columbia University School of Law and New York University School of Law.